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Some examples of projects where protest about the abuse of the ecology of the earth and its resources is central in women artists. Only some of these artists would identify themselves as eco-feminists. Ecology here is about cycles of growth and entropy, how we recycle or produce energy, how artists have made interventions in city eco-systems, how different natural environments work to sustain themselves against pollution or sterility and how humans manage waste or pollution. Ecology here is distinguished from attention to the human use of land (see next topic) and land art.