Handy graph puts BP oil spill into historical perspective


OK, it’s not a “hockey stick,” so the Left will ignore it — but the graph above illustrates the relative “quantities of oil spilled” during tanker accidents “between 1970 to 2009.”
Kate McMillan (who sourced this graph) writes:
The best estimate I can come up with suggests the current spill is around 700 tonnes a day (based [...]

Capitalism and Climate Change – by Dick Morris


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How the free market is reducing emissions without growing government.