ecoterrorist

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ecoterrorist

a person who uses violence in order to achieve environmentalist aims.
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Highly competent and driven, Sarah has been tapped to infiltrate a dangerous eco-terrorist cell that calls itself the East, whose members target Big Oil execs, chemical manufacturers and other professional polluters they hold responsible for crimes against the environment and public health.
Many of the crimes committed by both animal rights extremists and eco-terrorists are perpetrated by independent small cells or individuals who harass and intimidate their victims.
For anyone who thinks it's too sympathetic toward McGowan or other so-called eco-terrorists, Curry says the film spends a lot of time "exploring the mistakes these people made," and he hopes the message that comes across is that of a "cautionary tale" for both activists and government.
All I can say to the Japanese who every year say 'you guys are eco-terrorists, you're criminals' is 'look, arrest me or shut up.
Mayor Melba Shannon blames eco-terrorists for the murder, but the officers later uncover evidence suggesting she herself could be to blame.
Mayor Melba Shannon blames eco-terrorists for the murder, but the officers suspect Shannon when they uncover evidence suggesting she received a bribe.
Japanese eco-terrorists and Middle East extremists have joined forces to infiltrate the ships in this fine thriller.
Flangan identified five "threat groups" to the oil industry, with First Nations, Metis and mainstream environmentalists lumped in with eco-terrorists and individual saboteurs on the list.
In the report, Resource Industries and Security Issues in Northern Alberta, written by University of Calgary professor Tom Flanagan, Treaty 8 First Nations and Metis people are lumped in the same category as saboteurs and eco-terrorists.
Three million-pound dream homes in a Washington suburb were turned into ashes in a blaze apparently started by eco-terrorists, it was revealed yesterday.
THREE million-pound dream homes in a US suburb were turned into ashes in a blaze apparently started by eco-terrorists.
Cowed by eco-terrorists and over-zealous pro-environment extremists, journalists, atypically, didn't expose politicians' cynical exploitation of voters' pro-environment sentiment.