Definitions for ecotageˈɛk əˌtɑʒ, ˈi kə-

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Random House Webster's College Dictionary

ec•o•tageˈɛk əˌtɑʒ, ˈi kə-(n.)

  1. sabotage aimed at polluters or destroyers of the natural environment.

Origin of ecotage:

1970–75; eco-+(sabo)tage

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  1. ecotage(Noun)

    The commission of usually illegal acts of sabotage motivated by environmentalism.

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  1. Ecotage

    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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