By Jeff Mason BRUSSELS, June 27 (Reuters) - The European Union must make its emissions trading system more transparent if the bloc wants to link it to similar systems in other areas of the world, Germany's environment minister said on Wednesday. Sigmar Gabriel reiterated his stance that a revision of the scheme, the EU's key tool to fight global warming, should lead to permits being sold rather than given away to industry and carbon caps being set in a more centralised way. "If we want ...
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