According to the Guardian, the European Union is off target to meet its greenhouse gas emission reductions as part of its obligation to the Kyoto Treaty.
Based on current levels of emissions, the EU will reduce emissions to 0.6% of 1990 levels by 2010. Under Kyoto, they are obliged to reduce emissions to 8% of 1990 levels by 2012.
The countries that are most exceeding their allowances are ones that are experiencing the highest rates of economic growth, like Spain, Portugal and Ireland. The emissions figures for each individual country can be found on the European Comission’s webpage.