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ecoterrorist

a person who uses violence in order to achieve environmentalist aims.
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Flanagan identified five potential sources of opposition: individual saboteurs, eco-terrorists, mainstream environmentalists, First Nations, and the Metis people; he concluded that Treaty 8 First Nations and ecoterrorists were the highest potential of trouble classifying both as "medium" risk.
We aren't ecoterrorists, and we do not advocate property damage or anything like that," he said.
Organizations such as Sri Lankan Tamils, South American revolutionaries, Basque separatists, US ecoterrorists, and far-right antigovernment extremists are discussed, as well as al-Qaeda and Islamic fundamentalists.
More than 100 years later, the security chief of the DeBeers Company, the beautiful Sloane McIntyre, is searching for it in coastal waters, but the quest is attracting the attention of ecoterrorists.
A chapter on domestic terrorism focuses on radical left-wing groups such as ecoterrorists, animal rights extremists, and antiglobalism activists.
However, in this case the threat is not from nature or technology run amok, but from a gang of ecoterrorists who attempt to deploy sophisticated technology to simulate natural disasters in an effort to increase media coverage and public fear of the risks of climate change.
State of Fear is an anti-environmentalist page-turner in which shady ecoterrorists plot catastrophic weather disruptions to stoke unfounded fears about global climate change.
One such came in by way of our website this autumn, in response to our recent piece on the true ecoterrorists (Take the ecoterror litmus test, Autumn 2002):