A conclusion to the book which offers a final definition and conceptualisation of ecosocial poverty. It reiterates the book's main thesis: the ecologically excessive, careless and destructive use of key socionatural resources is connected to the social deprivations that characterize that usage for millions of those on low incomes.
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