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deep ecology

noun

Definition of DEEP ECOLOGY

:  a movement or a body of concepts that considers humans no more important than other species and that advocates a corresponding radical readjustment of the relationships between humans and nature
deep ecologist noun

First Known Use of DEEP ECOLOGY

1984

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