That this House notes that the European Parliament Environment Committee has recommended an 80 per cent. cut for EU greenhouse gas emissions by 2050; further notes that a bill presented in the US Congress, namely the Safe Climate Act, calls for emissions cuts of 80 per cent. by 2050; notes that to achieve a global cut in greenhouse gas emissions by 60 per cent. places a greater responsibility and deeper cut on developed countries; notes that the Council of Environment Ministers on 17th October 2002 declared that to achieve the long-term objective of containing the temperature rise to two degrees celsius would `require a global reduction in emissions of greenhouse gases by 70 per cent. compared with 1990, as identified by the IPCC'; and calls upon the Government urgently to review its 60 per cent. target and replace it with a target more likely to solve the problem of climate change faster than it is being created.