Can the UK cut greenhouse gases by 42% by 2020?

Can the UK cut greenhouse gases by 42% by 2020?
The Government's Committee on Climate Change has recommended that the UK aims to reduce its greenhouse gas emissions by 42% compared with 1990 levels in the next 12 years. Will we achieve this target?

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