On September 14, the European Parliament released a resolution promising to go beyond regulating carbon dioxide in combating climate change by reducing hydrofluorocarbons, nitrogen oxides, and black carbon, and demanding that similar measures are added to international treaties such as the Montreal Protocol. The resolution urged that emissions affecting regions of snow and ice be given the highest priority. The resolution included calls for regulations to ban slash-and-burn tactics in forests, limits on biomass burning, stronger and more frequent vehicle emission tests, and more monitoring of emissions from power plant.