While I (hopefully obviously) would oppose any effort to deny them business opportunities in any sector, I see no reason to let them be free-riders, as they are now — using public services without paying into them, polluting the environment without having to pay reparations, and so on.
AMAZON’S MOVE ON WHOLE FOODS IS PRIMAL, MORE THAN “DISRUPTIVE”
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This reminds me of efforts to quantify the value of commons/nature. Like the river in NZ that the Maori fought to gain legal personhood status for (if corporations can have it, why not resources?), maybe quantifying the value of the costs Amazon externalizes is a way to make conscious of and ideally responsible for their practices?

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