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  • Not good for environment.

    Many companies thrive from pumping oil. They earn a lot of money from that. However, that is not good for the environment, and that should change. Plus, we will run out of oil eventually, so we need to find a new way to get energy. We already have some forms of renewable energy, but we still need to improve it.

  • Fossil Fuel usage should be discouraged by Government.

    There is no doubt that Oil and the modern worlds dependency upon it has had enormous negative effects upon the environment. There is no discussion that the modern world needs a solution to this crisis. While an outright ban upon fossil fuel consumption would be unethical and unrealistic there are several measures government should take to prevent fuel usage.

    The Nobel-prize winning economist, Milton Friedman, correctly identifies that current environmental regulations are inefficient and ineffective. Instead Government should asses the monetary cost of fuel consumption per litre (this can be done by observing how much environmental damage is done per litre and then evaluating cost of repair.) Government should then apply this as a tax upon fuel consumers per litre they buy. The income gathered through this environmental impact tax can then be used to repair the damage done by fuel consumption.

  • Fossil Fuel usage should be discouraged by Government.

    There is no doubt that Oil and the modern worlds dependency upon it has had enormous negative effects upon the environment. There is no discussion that the modern world needs a solution to this crisis. While an outright ban upon fossil fuel consumption would be unethical and unrealistic there are several measures government should take to prevent fuel usage.

    The Nobel-prize winning economist, Milton Friedman, correctly identifies that current environmental regulations are inefficient and ineffective. Instead Government should asses the monetary cost of fuel consumption per litre (this can be done by observing how much environmental damage is done per litre and then evaluating cost of repair.) Government should then apply this as a tax upon fuel consumers per litre they buy. The income gathered through this environmental impact tax can then be used to repair the damage done by fuel consumption.

  • Fossil Fuel usage should be discouraged by Government.

    There is no doubt that Oil and the modern worlds dependency upon it has had enormous negative effects upon the environment. There is no discussion that the modern world needs a solution to this crisis. While an outright ban upon fossil fuel consumption would be unethical and unrealistic there are several measures government should take to prevent fuel usage.

    The Nobel-prize winning economist, Milton Friedman, correctly identifies that current environmental regulations are inefficient and ineffective. Instead Government should asses the monetary cost of fuel consumption per litre (this can be done by observing how much environmental damage is done per litre and then evaluating cost of repair.) Government should then apply this as a tax upon fuel consumers per litre they buy. The income gathered through this environmental impact tax can then be used to repair the damage done by fuel consumption.

  • Advanced human minds are voting against oil pumping

    Shipping companies are under pressure to phase out use of heavy fuels ahead of a potential ban on their use in the Arctic in the coming years.

    The International Maritime Organisation has approved an environmental review of the use of heavy fuel oil (HFO) by ships in the Arctic. Already banned in Antarctica, HFO is a dense and viscous byproduct of other fuel refining processes.

    Oil spills or leaks would be severely toxic, and devastating to flora, fauna and indigenous communities because of the long time the sludge takes to break down in cold water. The risks to fragile Arctic ecosystems could soar as more polar sea lanes become accessible because of climate change.

    A Canadian proposal unanimously adopted at the IMO’s marine environmental protection committee last Friday mandates a review of mitigating measures for HFO use, to begin in April 2018. No calls for a ban on HFOs have been formally put on the agenda but “at this early stage, nothing can be ruled in or out,” an IMO spokesperson said.

  • We should pump more oil

    We buy most of our oil from terrorists in the middle east, who are ripping us off, then funding terrorists, we need to stop buying their oil, blow up their oil, then utterly destroy them with WW2 and Vietnam style operation roaring thunder type carpet bombings, then blow them off the fact of the earth.

  • No it would destroy most of the economy.

    Lots of things come from pumping oil. Not just gas to power our cars. Sure it's bad for te environment but so is a lot of things we do. Should we stop cutting down trees just because its bad for the environment? This is like pre posing to a marihuana addict that he should suddenly just stop taking marihuana instead of trying to lower the dosages. It won't work and the effects would be bad.

  • Fossil Fuel usage should be discouraged by Government.

    There is no doubt that Oil and the modern worlds dependency upon it has had enormous negative effects upon the environment. There is no discussion that the modern world needs a solution to this crisis. While an outright ban upon fossil fuel consumption would be unethical and unrealistic there are several measures government should take to prevent fuel usage.

    The Nobel-prize winning economist, Milton Friedman, correctly identifies that current environmental regulations are inefficient and ineffective. Instead Government should asses the monetary cost of fuel consumption per litre (this can be done by observing how much environmental damage is done per litre and then evaluating cost of repair.) Government should then apply this as a tax upon fuel consumers per litre they buy. The income gathered through this environmental impact tax can then be used to repair the damage done by fuel consumption.

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  • Its there for our consumption...

    Oil, as with all Planetary resources is being exploited by humans...Because we can! Therefore, we will only stop pumping oil along with other resources when the very real fear of total depletion dawns. However, this will only serve to force human kind to develop new forms of energy leaving natures gifts where they are.

  • Stop fueling our economy?

    Our entire economy would collapse without the energy derived from oil. The desire to prove to the world we are above the need for energy will not prevent our enemies in a hostile world from using our self imposed weakness to attack us. Not to mention the unnecessary human suffering caused by throwing America back into the pre industrial era..


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