unecological

unecological

(ˌʌniːkəˈlɒdʒɪkəl)
adj
not ecological; harmful to the ecology or environment
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Hence the present idea of cow preservation and improvement through complete ban on the slaughter is totally unscientific, uneconomical, unecological and even ludicrous.
The PC-left wants everyone to wimper down, not to question and challenge, so it can control and live in un-ecological mansions, drive in unecological limos and fly in unecological jets, while parading around as greenoids.
is intrinsically unecological, or that "ecocriticism" of it is intrinsically anachronistic' (p.
After sociology had gone through a period that Duncan (2001) labels "aspatial and unecological," the publication of Wilson's book helped to reorient poverty discussions from the individual, (and often African American) to the neighborhood, or structural, level (Leventhal & Brooks-Gunn, 2000).
As initially stated by Arne Naess (1989:105-106) more than 30 years ago, it remains the case that "among activists within the ecological movement, people have been so fed up with unecological policies that the term 'economics' itself has become a kind of nasty word"--"nothing can be expected, think activists, from a study of economics--the economists are to be fought".
Although Thoreau's name does not appear in Diane McColley's Poetry and Ecology in the Age of Milton and Marvell, it is largely his judgment on English literature and its formidable critical legacy that the author has in her sights when she announces her intent to challenge the notion "that pre-Romantic and pre-Darwinian poetry, especially if it is monotheistically religious, is intrinsically unecological, or that 'ecocriticism' of it is intrinsically anachronistic" (1).
A survey into the worst offenders for over-packaging Easter eggs has slated Nestle for its unecological approach to confectionery.
35) Similarly, the geomantic intent discerned by Proudfoot provides the best explanation that I have come across so far for Griffin's somewhat bizarre and decidedly unecological Coloured Hills scheme, whereby Mt Ainslie was to be planted out with yellow-flowering plants, such as broom and acacias, Red Hill with red-flowering plants, such as callistemon, Mugga Mugga with white-flowering plants, such as Eucalyptus cinerea, and Black Mountain, with pink and white flowering plants, such as Japanese peaches, plums, cherries and almonds.
It sounds distinctly unecological with a lovely, distant V8-like bellow when worked hard.
Of course, recreational interactivity with creation can--and often is--excessively unecological.
Diamond begins his study by explaining how unecological Indians extinguished the mammoth--a practice that he purports is globally applicable through the competition narrative.
Rather, it sees capitalism as the current manifestation, in the industrial era, of an unecological, exploitative way of living that dates back millennia.