The Meaning of Ecology 

The word ecology derives from the Greek word οἶκος (oikos, home, household). The German zoologist Ernst Haeckel coined the term in late nineteenth century in order to describe relations between animals and animals with their environment. Late nineteenth century was just as revolutionary as our time: the same aggression and thoughtlessness on all matters of the natural world. This More

Source: The Meaning of Ecology – CounterPunch.org

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