(330) Anti-Defamation League, Ecoterrorism
: Extremism in the Animal Rights and Environmentalist Movements, http://www.adl.org/learn/ext_us/ecoterrorism.asp.
(302.) See Rutmanis, supra note 179 (arguing low-level punishments for ecoterrorism
Whether construed as ecoterrorism
or justified resistance, the more extremist acts demand ethical parameters that can constrain the acts themselves and the circumstances in which they may be undertaken (see Vanderheiden, 2005).
Senate Environment Committee Hearings on "Ecoterrorism
Julian Zelazney, director of an organization that tracks ecoterrorism
legislation, the State Environmental Resource Center, says, "They are right-wing ideologues with an agenda of rolling back regulations, privatizing resources, and finding the way to make the most money for business.
Pera, who planned to kill all humans except those vaccinated members of their ecoterrorism
All of these are examples of ecoterrorism
. Incidents once relegated to the Pacific Northwest now have occurred in Arizona, Kentucky, Minnesota, Michigan and New York.
It may have been introduced via an infected human host, a bird that was transported by humans, a bird transported by storm, or possibly through intentional introduction, such as ecoterrorism
"Activism is a loaded term, and is usually associated with illegal activities such as tree-spiking and ecoterrorism
. But activism for Ecotopians means working and acting towards community building, sustainability, and social justice.
Ron Arnold, executive vice president for the Center for the Defense of Free Enterprise, calls all of it ecoterrorism
, crimes committed to save nature.
- acts of violence or obstruction by green activists.
Even national security is being viewed increasingly as an environmental issue, with multiple connections between environmental quality and security ranging from migrations to war to competition for resources to ecoterrorism
such as the burning of oil wells in Kuwait during the Persian Gulf War.