massive environmental damage caused by the wealthy minority. This begs an obvious question: even if we agree with the approach, how could such major changes take place within a relatively short time frame? Due to different infrastructures among regions, the thresholds also differ. His research interests include: the political dimensions of human- environmental relations, the post-political climate and neoliberalisation of environmental debates, subjectification and power within consumption and work, and the commodification and economisation of everything in market(ing) society and some of the alternatives. For the industrialised regions, we have included an additional 5 of their population in the struggling class because homelessness, unemployment and inadequate access to healthcare deny at least this many people a dignified life in the high-income societies as well. An older definition of a similar idea was provided by the Gandhian economics. Sustainability and the Global Economy: Beyond Bretton Woods. However, gender differentation is very real and should be part of any exercise like this (e.g. Time Zone, the name of the time zone. One way to assess the relationship between the formal economy and environmental impact is to look at the Ecological Footprint and GDP. The 2015 report by French economists Lucas Chancel and Thomas Piketty provides the most recent and comprehensive income-based figures, produced in the context of climate protection and CO2 emissions. The second criterion is environmental impact. According to the report. Chakravarty, Shoibal. The transformation elements we have presented in this text point to various directions for different classes. Both of these classes are also threatened by commodification, enclosures, and dispossessions.