EcodefenseEcodefense: The Ethics of Monkeywrenching is a book edited by Dave Foreman, published by Abbzug Press, Third Edition. Forward by Edward Abbey.
Introduction to the Third Edition FORWARD! by Edward Abbey CHAPTER 1 STRATEGIC MONKEYWRENCHING CHAPTER 2 THE FUTURE OF MONKEYWRENCHING CHAPTER 3 DEVELOPMENTS Tree spiking Tree pinning Ceramic Spikes Rock Spikes Plastic and Wood Pulp Survey stakes Mining Powerlines Seismographic Lines Plugging Waste Discharge Pipes Grazing CHAPTER 4 ROADS AND TIRES Road Spiking Spikeboards and Nailboards Caltrops Other Tire Flattening Methods Snowmobiles Closing Roads Plugging Culverts CHAPTER 5 VEHICLES AND HEAVY EQUIPMENT Disabling Vehicles Outline Heavy Equipment Cutting Torch Burning Machinery Aircraft Vehicle Modifications Water and Big Yellow Machines CHAPTER 6 ANIMAL DEFENSE Trap lines Snares Coyote Getter CHAPTER 7 MISCELLANEOUS DEVILTRY Urban Monkeywrenching Slingshots Condo Trashing Computer Sabotage Stink Bombs Smoke Bombs Jamming Locks Disrupting Illegal Activities Trash Return Mountain Bikes CHAPTER 8 PROPAGANDA Advanced Billboarding Billboard Trashing Billboard Revision Burning Billboards Paint Remover Posters and Silent Agitators Correcting Forest Service Signs Spray Paint Slogans Stencils CHAPTER 9 SECURITY Basic Security Military Movement Rules of Security Disposing of Evidence Avoiding Arrest Camouflage Tools of the Trade Radios and Communications Equipment Eyes of Night Tracking Car Camping Daily Routine Mental Conditioning Surveillance Counterintelligence Advanced Investigation Methods Police Undercover Operations Counter security Pursuit and Evasion Arrest Media Relations General Security Field Notes EPILOGUE: MARINE MONKEYWRENCHING
Ecodefense is economic warfare in defense of habitat and life. The object of ecodefense is to make the destruction of life and the environment that supports life more expensive (in terms of economics) than it is worth. Therefore, ecodefense is a body of actions that boosts the cost of industrialization with the intent of protecting habitat. Ecodefense is generally defined to include legal and illegal means of slowing down or halting habitat destruction.