Ecologism or Green Political Theory has been regarded as a distinctive ideological tradition since the 1970s. Ecologism was viewed as an ideology due to three main theoretical developments. First is the ecocentric ‘worldview,’ second is anthropocentrism or human-centred biasness and third is the emergence of ‘deep’ ecology.

The term ‘ecology’ was coined by the german zoologist Ernst Haeckel in 1866, in his work ‘German Morphology (1866). Ecologism as a political term has been increasingly in use especially in the year the 1960s, by the growing green movement. As a new political ideology, it is based on the position that the non-human world is worthy of moral consideration and that this should be considered in ...

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