Comment: The problem is, how would you

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The problem is, how would you

The problem is, how would you interpret the free market responds to this?

I mean, one argument is that a free market would not allow any energy or coal production. Because energy and coal production, for the most part, causes pollution. Rampant pollution, high pollution. That is a violation of property rights.

You could even argue, that when you drive your car, you are causing harm to someone else's property, because the emissions from your car are causing environmental damage.

So in a free market, you, as well as any oil or gas or coal company, would be completely open to lawsuits. At minimum, people within your own state/city would have a lot of justification.

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