By Jeff Mason BRUSSELS, March 29 (Reuters) - California hopes to link its planned emissions trading system to the European Union's market, boosting efforts to build a global mechanism to fight climate change, aides to Governor Arnold Schwarzenegger said on Thursday. California, which is charging ahead with measures to combat global warming despite scepticism from President George W. Bush's administration, is looking at launching a system to trade rights to emit greenhouse gases, much ...
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