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ecoterrorist

a person who uses violence in order to achieve environmentalist aims.
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In fact, eco-terrorism makes for an effective tool to defeat enemies.
Pakistan had raised the matter relating to 'eco-terrorism' at UN Environment Assembly (UNEP) in the wake of air strikes that damaged pine trees by India.
'The act of damaging trees in the name of strike (by India) has caused eco-terrorism. India will have to pay the price for damages made to trees,' the adviser said.
Pakistan has raised the matter relating to 'eco-terrorism' at UN Environment Assembly (UNEP) in the wake of air strikes that damaged pine trees by India.
Period 1 (arrests between 1963 and 1982) is comprised exclusively of members of the Quebec Liberation Front (FLQ) while Period 2 (arrests between 1983 and 2001) includes offenders motivated by Sikh extremism and eco-terrorism. Finally, Period 3 (arrests between 2002 and 2010) includes offenders who were motivated by Islamic extremism and adjudicated following the enactment of the ATA.
Special interest terrorism will be given special attention because "eco-terrorism" and antiabortion terrorism are illustrative of the fact that a domestic terrorism classification exists even where the objective is the furtherance of a particular viewpoint rather than a complete overhaul of the current government structure.
The same security firm concluded that the "escalating conflict over natural gas drilling in Pennsylvania" could lead to an increase in "environmentalist activity or eco-terrorism."
"The Bridge", a subtitled Danish-Swedish eco-terrorism crime saga reached its conclusion on British television on Saturday with more than a million viewers - the latest international success for the TV, film and literary genre.
Post-impact, the only people on board were five teens infected with deadly pneumonic plague, apparently planted as part of an eco-terrorism plot to make us 'shop local'.
Now a decade removed from her membership in the eco-terrorism group ''The Family,'' 40-year-old Rebecca Rubin stood slender and erect in her blue jail jumpsuit.
One of the most sharp-eyed and politically attuned filmmakers of her generation, Kelly Reichardt blends her lucid observational approach with a topical-thriller format to engrossing effect in "Night Moves." Consistent with the director's earlier films in its political dimensions and fascination with nature as both backdrop and subject, this tale of three environmental activists planning a dangerous act of eco-terrorism features a quietly gripping first hour that builds to a suspenseful peak, then yields faintly diminishing returns thereafter as doubts and implications set in.
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