Eco-Authoritarianism (EcoAuth) also called Klimadiktatur is an environmentalist, typically culturally and economically left-leaning and authoritarian ideology which stems from Environmentalism and Social Authoritarianism. They largely stand for climate activists who go beyond normal green politics.
Eco-Authoritarianism is the belief that Global Warming is the problem of utmost importance and a powerful state is needed to solve such a problem. This state advocated usually for vanguardist and technocratic in nature.
Eco-Authoritarianism differs from Eco-Fascism in that Ecoauth is aligned with cultural progressivism and globalism, with most Ecoauths favouring a single world state. They will often work with Ecofascism as long as Ecofash tones down the blood and soil talk.
Eco-Authoritarianism was a hypothetical ideology for a long time, imagined as the next logical step of Green liberal politics.
Eco-Authoritarianism while existing before took considerable influence in the 2010s within the environmentalist movements of Europe with the concept of the "Climate Dictatorship".
Personality and Behaviour
Eco-authoritarianism is extremely angry when it comes to defending the environment, they're not quite as extreme as Eco-Fascism or Neoluddism, whom they both feel take things too far but they consider both their allies that they're willing to work with. They fly into a ballistic rage upon spotting planet destroyer and people who have anti-environmentalist beliefs rooted not in ignorance but in malice.
- Generally talks about environmental figures in a highly idealistic manner.
How to Draw
Ecoauth's design is based on the design that was created by the discord user esrarcashmenderes#0674 who goes by the name "Tucn".
- Draw a ball with eyes.
- Fill it green.
- In white draw a big "V" encompassing the ball.
- In white, between the two pillars of the V, draw a leaf.
- Eco-Fascism - A bit crazy and too culturally conservative, but he wants to save the planet with a large state and that's what matters.
- Neoluddism - We may have different approaches, but he cares about the planet, which makes him good in my book! I copied your tactics.
- Radical Environmentalism - We are both willing to do what it takes to ensure that our environment remains beautiful and untouched.
- Environmentalism - My dear beloved parent who taught me about how valuable the planet is.
- Deep Ecology - Cares about the planet. Saving animals and combating climate change is based!
- Technocracy - Has some great ideas about government.
- Social Authoritarianism - My beloved parent who taught me that sometimes you have to take charge.
- Eco-Nationalism - The Nation's natural beauty must be protected at all costs.
- Ecofeminism - My sister whose focus is equality for all species.
- Eco-Conservatism - You want to conserve planet Earth, right?
- Eco-Socialism - A bit more left-wing than me but cares about workers and the planet. Based!
- Marxism–Leninism - I like your modern followers a lot, but please take overpopulation more seriously. Also, I didn't forget about the Aral Sea.
- Pol Potism - You made Cambodia cleaner, but stop killing biologist and ecologist intellectuals.
- Eco-Capitalism - Well, at least you care about the environment.
- Voluntary Human Extinction - Uh, calm down?
- Death Worship - Yeah, you too.
- Jacobinism - You know, guillotines cause less pollution than most forms of execution and preserve the body for recycling, just calm down on the whole "revolution" thing.
- Eco-Anarchism - You need a state to enforce environmentalism!
- Anti-Environmentalism - Your body will be left in public to decompose, both to serve as a lesson, and to fertilize trees.
- Industrialism - Those who refuse to end the usage of fossil fuels will be used as fossil fuels as part of our transition to more sustainable resources.
- Libertarian Municipalism - I'M NOT AN OXYMORON!
- Limits to Growth: A Report to the Club of Rome's Project on the Predicament of Mankind by Donella H. Meadows, Dennis L. Meadows, Jørgen Randers, and William W. Behrens III
- 5. Dennis Meadows - Perspectives on the Limits of Growth: It is too late for sustainable development by Smithsonian