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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Darlene Hooley (D-OR), would establish a national clearinghouse for incidents of environmental terrorism. The clearinghouse would accept, collect, maintain, and cross-reference information on incidents of environmental terrorism.
There is a Home Office review of emergency planning and increased realisation of terrorism brings to the fore the possibility of environmental terrorism.
He sees it as a city that hijacks other people's water, 'aggressively turning its profligacy into environmental terrorism against its neighbours'.
From reading items after news item about business-driven horrors and outrages all over the world (and even into space), it has become clear that there is one action, above all, that is crucial to stopping the human and environmental terrorism: that is, to reclaim mainstream public TV and radio airwaves from the commercial interests and return them to the public.
Though Iraqi President Saddam Hussein denies his forces caused the spill, governments allied against Iraq have condemned him for what they call an act of "environmental terrorism." Many scientists worry that the spreading slick threatens unprecedented damage to the ecology of the Persian Gulf.
'What happened over there is environmental terrorism,' Aslam said, adding that dozens of pine trees had been felled.
Wayne Krieger, a Gold Beach Republican and champion of the policies, said they target acts of "environmental terrorism," which can include damaging logging equipment and "spiking" trees with metal spikes that can injure chain saw users.
"There is a Home Office review of emergency planning and increased realisation of terrorism brings to the fore the possibility of environmental terrorism. "I am appealing for support from all Welsh politicians and environmentalists."
Darlene Hooley (D-OR) would establish a national clearinghouse for incidents of environmental terrorism. The clearinghouse would collect information on those crimes committed against any commercial activity or person because of a perceived negative impact on the environment.

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