September 2007
Utility Week;9/28/2007, Vol. 27 Issue 23, p19
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The article reveals that Prime Minister Gordon Brown of Great Britain has warned that the government is considering strengthening its current target of a 60 per cent reduction in carbon dioxide emissions by 2050. The prospect surfaced in his leader's speech to the Labour Party conference in Bournemouth, England. His speech also revealed that a government plan for five new "eco-cities" had now been doubled as a result of responses from local authorities and developers keen to be involved with a programme of new towns powered by green energy.


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