Effort Sharing Regulation
The Effort Sharing Regulation is a policy framework, part of the European Union climate and energy package.
Its predecessor, the Effort Sharing Decision, covered the years up to 2020. which collectively amount to a 10% cut in emissions between 2005-2020. These cuts come from areas including transport, buildings and heat, and agriculture.
As the starting level of the reduction is actually too high, in the end a reduction of only 25.5 % will be achieved, not the desired and declared 30 %. 
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