In 1991, an internal memo from the World Bank proposed to throw pollution in the poorest countries for a number of reasons, including that many of those countries are more depopulated and have lower levels of pollution. When the text was leaked, the bank chief economist, Lawrence Summers , was about to cost him , who would later become Treasury secretary with Clinton, president of Obama's economic advisory team and Harvard rector. It was never clear

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