Costs Transference: Environmental Externalities As A Distributive Strategy
This article approaches the transference of environmental costs as an opportunistic distributive strategy that improperly concentrates benefits and democratizes net costs. We argue that the economic growth is unsustainable from the environmental point of view, fact that the expected increasing automation (mainly Artificial Intelligence) tends to deepen. We also elect two variables as fundamental: time and distributive justice. Time represents the number of future generations with the right to exist, and the distributive justice, the extent to which people can exert the right to not be affected by such ominous distributive strategy.
Keywords- costs transference; environmental externalities; distributive strategy; artificial intelligence.