Definitions for ecotageˈɛk əˌtɑʒ, ˈi kə-
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Random House Webster's College Dictionary
ec•o•tageˈɛk əˌtɑʒ, ˈi kə-(n.)
sabotage aimed at polluters or destroyers of the natural environment.
Origin of ecotage:
The commission of usually illegal acts of sabotage motivated by environmentalism.
Ecotage is direct action by environmentalist groups in the Western world. Ecotage is often seen as indistinguishable from acts of civil disobedience or even eco-terrorism.
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