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The Mauritius oil spill's tanker just split in two. Damage to the Indian Ocean ecosystem is TBD.

The ship originally "ran aground on a coral reef on July 25 and a week later began leaking over 1,000 tonnes of oil into a protected marine park boasting mangrove forests and endangered species."[1]

Capitalism and colonialism serve the same master; each always fails to correctly assign loss to themselves; why so many times must cleanup and damage control be done by volunteers[2] and donations? Why do corps get to minimize their portion of responsibility for environmental mistakes while maximizing their own profits?

There's something big missing here.

youtube.com/watch?v=OFu1qDNi1C

[1] africanews.com/2020/08/15/maur

[2] theglobalherald.com/news/volun

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