UVic study: Oil spill would hit taxpayers hard

Full story: Vancouver Sun
Tankers moving down Douglas Channel and along the B.C. coast pass through a range of environmentally sensitive areas, as well as important habitat for birds, fish and mammals. Full Story

Toronto, Canada

#1 Jan 20, 2011
... that compensation and cleanup fees for the Exxon spill reached at least $3.5 billion -- and the compensation fund for the BP oil spill in the Gulf of Mexico is $20 billion against an estimated $100 billion in environmental and economic damage. "In ... Comment?


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