I entirely understand this point of view.
I was basing it off of a business ethics more generalist view.
In that there are so many technologies out there right now that could put many industries out of business and increase the quality of life for those of us not in those industries. But for that to happen, those people being put out of work need to go somewhere. Otherwise Flint Michigan will happen on a much greater scale.
Believe me, I want hemp, electric cars, solar/wind energy, public transportation...... but with that it needs to be a sustainable population.
The Harvard Business Review did an amazing article on this.... I'll see if I can find it.