Are 80% GHG reductions achievable?

Are 80% GHG reductions achievable?
New Energy and Climate Change Secretary Ed Miliband has announced that Government will accept the recommendations of the Climate Change Committee and commit to 80% reduction of greenhouse gases - including aviation and shipping - by 2050. Are these targets realistic?

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