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Green Anarchism

Fascism, Ecology, and the Tangled Roots of Anti-Modernism

An article exploring the connections between fascism and "anti-modern" schools of ecological thought, including the overlap between eco-fascism and some primitivist/anti-civilization anarchists. This article was first published on It's Going Down.

Of Indiscriminate Attacks and Wild Reactions: An Anti-Civ Anarchist Engages with ITS and Atassa, their Defenders and Their false Critics

A critique of the "eco-extremist" trend and its defenders and publicists among the nihilist and post-left anarchist milieu. While many libertarian communists have significant differences with the author's politics, it is reproduced here as an important expose of how far some anarchists were willing to embrace a completely reactionary form of misanthropic and misogynistic politics. Taken from the archive at Anarchist Libraries.
Content note: this piece includes discussion of sexual violence.

Eco-anarchy in the UK: dissidence group mobilises for climate justice

A direct action group shut down roads in London’s political district Friday evening to oppose new runway construction at London’s Heathrow Airport. The rush-hour road-block in Parliament Square was the culmination of a campaign by Vote No Heathrow, an autonomous branch of the Rising Up direct action network. It saw a 14 day hunger-strike, solidarity fasts and arrests for non-violent civil disobedience.

Aspects Of Anarchism

Thoughts and commentary on some of the most important issues that anarchists must confront, from an anarchist communist perspective.

Previously published in Organise! The Magazine of Revolutionary Anarchism, sometime circa 1990-1995

Autonomous Centre of Edinburgh statement on Green Anarchist (31/7/1998)

DECISIONS OF SPECIAL ACE MEETING (31.7.98) TO DISCUSS GREEN ANARCHIST, supported by Scottish Anarchist Network as a Statement

Statement about Green Anarchist- Counter Information

Counter informations response to articles in the Green Anarchist. 1998.