Owed by the World Bank and richer countries to citizens of borrowing, poorer countries, ecological debt includes atmospheric pollution and other costs to the global environment of unsustainable living. See Andrew Simmons, “Ecological Debt: the health of the planet and the wealth of nations”, 2005: Pluto Press.
The World Bank’s recent gender equality approach constitutes an attempt at establishing a consensus over the regulation of the economy.
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