from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- n. Terrorism or sabotage committed in the name of environmental causes.
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- n. Terrorism with an ecological motive, such as attacks against corporations perceived to be harming the natural environment.
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- n. violence carried out to further the political or social objectives of the environmentalists
ARENA (voice-over): As this upscale Colorado ski resort burned to the ground in 1988, the term ecoterrorism gained national attention.
EFL, ALF - heck, the FBI calls ecoterrorism the #1 terrorist threat in the US!!
OpEdNews - Article: ACTION ALERT: Stop PA Governor from signing "ecoterrorism" bill
Leaked DHS document tars respected conservation groups with "ecoterrorism" label
Where the hell does the word "ecoterrorism" come from?
You’ve been predominantly a newsmagazine journalist, and your first book was an investigation of a true crime story, the so-called "ecoterrorism" attacks at Vail ski resort in
Here's what we need to learn from Redwood Summer: the language of fringe environmentalism that was made incarnate in violence of ecoterrorism didn't work.
But the show tapped into a potent collective fear that we could be undone by an enemy bent on ecoterrorism.
Topics ranged from presidential politics, to ecoterrorism, to global economics.
The siege on the drilling platform connected to the ecoterrorism in State of Fear, but the whole “This is from the future to tell us not to screw up the planet” bit was just lame.
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