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Intergenerational Redistribution is Regressive

Decreasing marginal utility of stuff is an argument against
large current investments in climate change mitigation.
Basically, future generations will (presumably) be richer
than us. So, our sacrificing now to help them amounts
to a regressive intergenerational redistribution.

-- Overheard.


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