ecoterrorist

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ecoterrorist

a person who uses violence in order to achieve environmentalist aims.
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Just prior to Bill Clinton's 1999 decision to list the Lynx as a "threatened" species, an eco-terrorist group called the Earth Liberation Front (ELF) conducted an arson attack against the Vail Ski Resort in Colorado, which had announced plans to expand into an area designated as lynx habitat.
ISLAMABAD -- The United Nations Environment Program (UNEP) is likely to take up this week Pakistan's plea seeking to declare India an eco-terrorist state for its shameful attack on picturesque Masar-Jabba reserved forest on February 26.
NEW YORK -- Pakistan has handed over a dossier to the United Nations Environment Program in which it has pleaded to declare India an eco-terrorist in its attack on 26th of last month.
Adviser to Prime Minister on Climate Change Malik Amin Aslam Thursday said that Pakistan is going to set a precedent in the world for accusing India an Eco-Terrorist in the United Nations Environment Assembly.
The Kosice Regional court changed the original verdict sentencing Slovakia's first eco-terrorist to 10 years in prison, increasing the punishment to 12 years, the regional daily Korzar reported.
The underlying mystery of "Song of the Lion" is suggested as a classic conflict among eco-terrorist, development, and Native American sacred landholders groups.
As to why he became an eco-terrorist, the Post Office finds out that Ayers used to be a Navy officer and helicopter pilot, but he was discharged in 2011 after his unit flew through an unscheduled radioactive gas venting at Fukushima and he suffered radiation poisoning.
The events take place over a period of only a few days, with the first of these bringing several serious events in quick succession: A firebomb goes off in a bottled water factory, which the police believe to be the work of an eco-terrorist group.
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.
Then he considers eco-terrorist applications of leaderless resistance, the effects of the Soviet collapse on global security, the power of the Internet to both hinder and facilitate insurgent efforts, and the dangers of "super-empowered individuals" with WMDs.
Houghton creates four storylines that involve Brandon, an eco-terrorist on the run with his kidnapped little girl, Crystal; Billy and Bob, twins who own a beef jerky business and quickly relapse into crack addiction; Kendra, a big-breasted college girl who escapes her life after a devastating loss; and Suzie, an older accountant with a gambling problem who leaves her husband.