Greenhouse gas emissions in the Netherlands were more than 6.5% lower in 2011 than in 2010. This was caused by a decrease in energy consumption of nearly 7%. Emissions of greenhouse gases were 8% below the level of 1990, the base year for the Kyoto Protocol, Statistics Netherlands reported.
The emission of greenhouse gases in 2011 amounted to 196 billion CO2-equivalents, 14 billion CO2-equivalents (more than 6.5%) less than in 2010. The decrease is almost entirely caused by the decrease i...
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