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Grasping for air

In March, leaders from the EU's 27 member states pledged to cut carbon emissions by 20% of their 1990 level by 2020. Many believe that such an ambitious target is unlikely to be reached without an EU-wide carbon tax. But Claire Jones finds out rules on taxation and political opposition present difficulties

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