ecocatastrophe love

Definitions

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  • noun An ecological catastrophe, especially a man-made disaster that affects the environment

Etymologies

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From eco- +‎ catastrophe

Examples

  • The fascist churches continued their drumbeat: we are in the endtimes, and Bush is anointed by God to lead America into the kingdom, including nuclear war and ecocatastrophe.

    Does your pastor lie to you?

  • In 1971, Holdren predicted that "some form of ecocatastrophe, if not thermonuclear war, seems almost certain to overtake us before the end of the century."

    Intellectual Conservative Politics and Philosophy

  • In 1971 Holdren and Ehrlich warned that "some form of ecocatastrophe, if not thermonuclear war, seems almost certain to overtake us before the end of the century."

    Propeller Most Popular Stories

  • In 1971 Holdren and Ehrlich warned that "some form of ecocatastrophe, if not thermonuclear war, seems almost certain to overtake us before the end of the century."

    Propeller Most Popular Stories

  • In 1971 Holdren and Ehrlich warned that "some form of ecocatastrophe, if not thermonuclear war, seems almost certain to overtake us before the end of the century."

    Propeller Most Popular Stories

  • In 1971, Holdren predicted that "some form of ecocatastrophe, if not thermonuclear war, seems almost certain to overtake us before the end of the century."

    The Reality Check

  • In 1971, Holdren predicted that "some form of ecocatastrophe, if not thermonuclear war, seems almost certain to overtake us before the end of the century."

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  • In 1971, Holdren predicted that "some form of ecocatastrophe, if not thermonuclear war, seems almost certain to overtake us before the end of the century."

    The Reality Check

  • If it wasn't ecocatastrophe that would leave us all living underground or stuck in a small smelly apartment with Edward G. Robinson pedaling a bike for ten minutes of lights, it was nukes, or that "Late Great Planet Earth" stuff that really depressed me.

    The Point

  • In 1971, Holdren predicted that "some form of ecocatastrophe, if not thermonuclear war, seems almost certain to overtake us before the end of the century."

    Canada Free Press

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