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The major environmental movement was the Chipko Movement in the Himalayan foothills. The Chipko movement is the best example of ecological movement with economical and identity issues.
a) It was the movement by the villagers to protect the forest near their villages
b) Chipko movement was based on the issue of ecological sustainability
c) Cutting down natural forest for economy of profit was a form of environmental destruction which resulted in devastating floods and landslides in the region.
d) The survival of the villagers was dependent upon the survival of the forest so they valued the forest for their own sake as well as in the form of ecological wealth for the benefit of all.
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