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  • noun Plural form of eco-warrior.

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Examples

  • The series features eco-warriors, such as urban farmers and others whose every action and decision is weighed for its impact on the environment.

    Julia Moulden: Is Good TV an Oxymoron?

  • The series features eco-warriors, such as urban farmers and others whose every action and decision is weighed for its impact on the environment.

    Julia Moulden: Is Good TV an Oxymoron?

  • A hollywood SciFi flic can pretend to be as progessive as possible, anti-imperialist eco-warriors fighting against a capitalist military-industrial complex, but it seems it is impossible to subvert the gender dichotomy even a little bit.

    Will You Go See Avatar?

  • The series features eco-warriors, such as urban farmers and others whose every action and decision is weighed for its impact on the environment.

    Julia Moulden: Is Good TV an Oxymoron?

  • The series features eco-warriors, such as urban farmers and others whose every action and decision is weighed for its impact on the environment.

    Julia Moulden: Is Good TV an Oxymoron?

  • The climate change obsession, with its Manichean concept of polluting corporations versus noble eco-warriors?

    The DSK Lesson

  • So you see, us "eco-warriors" aren't out to get you, steal your money and brainwash innocent children and puppies - making the world a better place is a bit grand, but even so, it's not exactly a bad aspiration.

    Jo Rourke: "Sustainability"

  • So you see, us "eco-warriors" aren't out to get you, steal your money and brainwash innocent children and puppies - making the world a better place is a bit grand, but even so, it's not exactly a bad aspiration.

    Jo Rourke: "Sustainability"

  • The climate change obsession, with its Manichean concept of polluting corporations versus noble eco-warriors?

    The DSK Lesson

  • The series features eco-warriors, such as urban farmers and others whose every action and decision is weighed for its impact on the environment.

    Julia Moulden: Is Good TV an Oxymoron?

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