deep ecology

  1. Anarcho-Primitivism: The Green Scare in Green Political Theory (Michael Becker)
  2. Basic Principles of Deep Ecology (Arne Næss, George Sessions)
  3. Between Social Ecology and Deep Ecology: Gary Snyder’s Ecological Philosophy (Paul Messersmith-Glavin)
  4. Biocentrism: Ideology Against Nature (Anonymous)
  5. The Coming Revolution (Ted Kaczynski)
  6. Comments on the International Social Ecology Network Gathering and the “Deep Social Ecology” of John Clark (Murray Bookchin)
  7. The Crisis in the Ecology Movement (Murray Bookchin)
  8. Deep Ecology & Anarchism (Brian Morris, Chris Wilbert, Graham Purchase, Murray Bookchin, Robert Hart, Rodney Aitchtey)
  9. Defending the Earth: A Debate (Dave Foreman, Murray Bookchin)
  10. Ecodefense: A Field Guide to Monkeywrenching (Anonymous, Edward Abbey)
  11. Ecofascism: What is It? (David Orten)
  12. Environmental Anarchism in Vermont: Anne Petermann of Global Justice Ecology Project (Anonymous)
  13. Feral: a journal towards wildness (Chris Kortright, Craig Evarts, David Orton, James Barnes, Joanne Lauck, Patricia Freund, Rob los Ricos, Wolfi Landstreicher)
  14. How Deep is Deep Ecology? (David Watson)
  15. Howling Wilderness and The Promised Land (Don LaCoss)
  16. The Luddite Method (John Jacobi)
  17. New-age Gaia Nonsense (Henry O’Mad)
  18. The Persistent Hope (John Jacobi)
  19. Radical Green Populism: Climate Change, Social Change and the Power of Everyday Practices (E. Colin Ruggero)
  20. Revolutionary Ecology (Judi Bari)
  21. Snap Dragon (Beyond Civil Disobedience)
  22. Sustainable Agriculture — For Whom? (Robert Brothers)
  23. Syndicalism, Ecology and Feminism: Judi Bari’s Vision (Jeff Shantz)
  24. The Technology Problem (John Jacobi)
  25. Theses on Social Ecology and Deep Ecology (Janet Biehl)
  26. With Land, Without the State: Anarchy in Wallmapu (Anonymous)