Do other countries have a problem with the U.S. climate bill?



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    Many European countries are unhappy with how low the reductions targets in the bill are. They have been making cuts since the 90s as a result of the Kyoto Protocol and so have much more aggressive emissions targets than the US does. The current bill would call for a 17% reduction below 2005 levels by 2020. Many European countries, and scientists, are calling for a 20% reduction below 1990 levels by 2020 (with 1990 levels being much lower than 2005 levels).

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