Where is Brown Green? In the UK!

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Prime Minister Gordon Brown has committed the UK to reducing carbon dioxide emissions by 60% before 2050 to help tackle global warming. The Climate Change Bill will make the UK the first country to put carbon emissions reduction targets into law.

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