The shallow and the deep; long-range ecology movement: a summary ; Identification as a source of deep ecological attitudes / Arne Naess -- Deep ecology / Bill Devall and George Sessions -- Ecofeminism and feminist theory / Carolyn Merchant -- We must re-myth Genesis / Elizabeth Dodson Gray -- Toward an ecological feminism and a feminist ecology / Ynestra King -- The power and the promise of ecological feminism / Karen J. Warren -- What is social ecology? / Murray Bookchin -- Living by life: some bioregional theory and practice / Jim Dodge -- Dwellers in the land / Kirkpatrick Sale -- Revaluing home: feminism and bioregionalism / Judith Plant -- Declaration of Interdependence, 1976 / Greenpeace -- Taking on the Goliaths of doom / Bob Hunter -- Shepherds of the Labrador front, taking on the Goliaths of doom / Paul Watson -- Shadows from the Big Woods ; The raid at Comb Wash / Edward Abbey -- Goodbye to Greenpeace ; Raid on Reykjavik ; Tora! Tora! Tora! / Paul Watson -- Earth First! ; Strategic monkeywrenching / Dave Forman -- Middle Santium heats up; 15 arrested-- more to come / Mike Roselle -- Cathedral Forest Action Group fights for Oregon old growth / George Draffan -- Cathedral Forest Wilderness Declaration -- Two thousand rally at Fort Bragg -- 44 arrested at L-P Mill -- Osprey Grove Falls / Zack Stentz -- Redwood Summer retrospective / Karen Pickett -- Women act: women and environmental protection in India / Pamela Philipose -- Unity statement of the Women's Pentagon Action, 1980 -- Women, home and community: the struggle in an urban environment / Cynthia Hamilton -- Take back the earth / Chaia Heller -- Growing a life-place politics / Peter Berg -- Ecological sabotage: pranks or terrorism? / Eugene Hargrove -- Earth first! and the Monkey Wrench Gang / Edward Abbey -- More on Earth First! and the Monkey Wrench Gang / Dave Foreman -- Editor's response / Eugene Hargrove -- Ecosabotage and civil disobedience / Michael Martin. Is ecological sabotage a prank or terrorism? Do women hold the key to rethinking environmentalism? Are ecoactivists "Goliaths of Doom"? Can radical and mainstream ecologists find common ground? The readings in this book explore these and many other questions challenging conventional thinking about our relationship to the environment. Unique among books on environmental ethics, this anthology deals with themes of deep ecology, ecofeminism, and environmental activism - considered radical stands by most environmental moderates. On a philosophical level, the selections present thought-provoking responses to issues such as our ethical obligations to each other and nonhuman parts of nature, the personal and social responsibilities of men and women to each other, and proper personal and social reactions to the degradation of nature. As concrete calls to action, especially in the case of ecotage, exponents of radical environmentalism often advocate measures more moderate environmentalists find ethically unacceptable (both points of view are presented in this collection). However, as the editor of this provocative anthology states, " ... understanding this movement can help 'moderates' sharpen their resolve to do more about environmental problems and find solutions which will check the relentless consumption of wild nature."