Killing The Keystone Pipeline Won’t Stop The Oil Sands Being Mined

Forbes: I have to admit that I don’t really understand one of the arguments being used against the Keystone pipeline project. Several of the arguments I do understand and simply disagree with, but one of them I just don’t get in some important manner. That’s the one that if the pipeline isn’t built then the oil in the tar sands won’t be extracted and thus climate change is be less likely. This just doesn’t ring true for me. Mark Perry provides one little chart to show why: As the Wall Street Journal pouts......

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