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Cabinet ministers have approved a plan to reduce greenhouse gases by 26 percent by 2030, a goal already criticized by environmental groups as too timid and statistically unsound.

The cuts, first unveiled in a draft in April, will use 2013 as a baseline. Acceptance of the draft report was announced Tuesday by Environment Minister Yoshio Mochizuki. Final approval will be sought after public comment.

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