Ecoterrorism


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Ecoterrorism

Acts of terrorism committed by those who want to protect the environment. The possibility of ecoterrorism is a type of political risk for construction companies, developers and others.
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Arnold defined ecoterrorism for the Committee as "a crime committed
Department not focus on ecoterrorism at the expense of domestic
He then addresses terrorism and includes discussion of ecoterrorism, agroterrorism, food security, and terrorist threats to chemical facilities.
As depicted by the deft pen of Carl Hiaasen, ecoterrorism is not only justified, it's hilarious.
The law also provides that in a civil suit, a person found guilty of ecoterrorism can be fined with triple the amount of damages to property and the costs of repeating the experiments.
The argument raging on these pages regarding whether to call firebombing sport utility vehicles, ski resorts and timber company offices ecoterrorism or ecosabotage is stupid.
Finally, for all those offended by the term ecoterrorism and who compare it to the events of Sept.
Use of the term ecoterrorism helps to perpetuate a climate of fear and obedience - just the thing for an authoritarian leader like President Bush who seems to condone the systematic use of torture.
A court hearing in Eugene for a woman accused in a nationwide investigation into ecoterrorism was postponed Monday.
Six people, four of them with connections to Lane County, have been indicted on federal ecoterrorism charges after a nine-year nationwide investigation into arsons claimed by the Earth Liberation Front and the Animal Liberation Front.
ECOTERRORISM - HB2344 and HB2385 are key components in a package of bills intended to crack down on acts of ecoterrorism aimed at logging operations and others.
Protests and ecoterrorism dogged Kenops and his staff.