To some extent, yes. There would certainly be less stuff to throw out, and people would conserve electricity and water. Keep in mind, though, that having less money doesn’t mean people will recycle, and they may buy cars that are less fuel efficient. People may also end up buying really cheap food that has a larger carbon footprint.
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