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Kyoto 2013. How is Italy doing?.

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kyoto 2013

Kyoto 2013

How is Italy doing?

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A man stands by his car on Via PietroCartoni in Monteverde, Rome on Sunday, March 10, 2013. Older cars such as this one are what might be keeping Italy from making even greater greenhouse gas reductions. A recent “Kyoto 2013” study revealed that Italy successfully met its Kyoto target and reduced its greenhouse gas emissions by 7 percent as a party to the Kyoto Protocol.
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Older cars, such as the one pictured at left on Via PietroCartoni in Monteverde, Rome might be keeping Italy from making greater reductions to its greenhouse gas emissions. Italy did meet its Kyoto Protocol target by reducing its emissions by 7 percent, according to a recent “Kyoto 2013” study, but some argue that there is still a lot of work to be done
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Passengers board a tram at the Giancolense/Ravizza tram stop in Monteverde, Rome on Sunday, March 10, 2013. Public transportation such as trams could be the key to why Italy successfully met its Kyoto target by reducing its greenhouse gas emissions by 7 percent, according to a recent “Kyoto 2013” study. Some studies show that pollution from Heavy Goods Vehicles, for example, costs Europe approx. 40 billion pounds annually.
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A woman walks to the Giancolense/Rivazza tram stop in Monteverde, Rome on Sunday, March 10, 2013. Italians who take public transportation such as the tram helped Italy successfully meet its Kyoto target and the country reduced its greenhouse gas emissions by 7 percent.
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Smart Cars, such as this one parked on Giancolense in Monteverde, Rome, could be the key to Italy successfully meeting its Kyoto target, according to a recent “Kyoto 2013” study. Some argue that the global recession kept countries like Italy on track to meetings their Kyoto Protocol` targets.
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