Environmental devastation and slavery: a Global Minimum Wage could succeed where the COPs have failed for four decades and the ILO for a century

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The 23 COPs on the environment and climate that have been organized since 1979 have not enabled us to avoid the negative effects of globalization: environmental devastation, over-production caused by unbridled free trade, wage slavery in countries with emerging economies and wage insecurity in countries with developed ones.

Establishing an export-specific global minimum wage for groups of countries would reduce disposable consumerism and therefore, damage to the environment at the same time. 

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