Mexico plans to set targets for emissions of carbon dioxide by early next year as part of an effort to stop global warming, but could reduce them by 13 percent in a decade, the environment minister Juan Rafael Elvira said May 29. Last week, President Felipe Calderon launched a climate-change plan that included planting 250 mln trees this year and getting old trucks and buses off its roads but did not set emissions targets. (Reuters)

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