CIMG3012 Imagine that every person is attributed by birth the right to use an equivalent share of the earth, captive until his or her death. This would be at about 7 hectares of earth’s surface per person, including everything thereon, beneath and above. 5 hectares on sea and 2 on land. A purely virtual claim, not confined to a particular place.
If I need more space for my activities or a surface with a rent above the market average, I pay – if I need less than my due, I get recompensed. A true basic income!

After all, why not?

The earth is finite – why then should some people be allowed to require infinitely more?