That might depend on the individual practices of the sweat shop, but in general, using people as manual laborers could use much less electricity than machine manufacturing. However, paying people wages at the poverty level is not necessarily good for the environment, as they cannot afford to make environmentally conscious decisions and may hang on to heavily polluting vehicles rather than trading up for a more efficient model.
Sweat Shops are one of those things where it’s environmental impact doesn’t matter. It is wrong. There are some things where environmental impact does not matter. Treating human like cattle is bad. Paying them fair wages on the other hand would be much better. Because then you save energy from not using so much machinery, plus you have healthy, happy workers giving your company good PR, and who are out fueling the economy
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