A socio-economic system in which relations are mediated through private ownership and commodity exchange and which tends to colonize and commodify all life and land as resources for power and progress . . .
In 1932 Dorothy Day met the French Catholic Peter Maurin, who had developed an idea for a “green revolution,” which combined rural farming with establishing houses of hospitality in cities on behalf of the poor . . .
John Zerzan, an anarchist from Eugene, Oregon has claimed that civilization as we know it is pathological. We risk the extinction of all species so we can have momentary comforts. Thus, “green anarchism,” traces the origins of the problem far back into human history with the first domestication of plant and nonhuman animal life . . .