I simply do not find anything liberating about a mega-dustbowl and global famine event. I quite literally see the degradation of the world's oceans, soils, climate, fauna, and flora as violence against future generations of humans and nonhumans alike. Every time you disrupt an energy system by taking more than you give back, you are striking a blow against your children. There is no space for this violence in a liberated society.
Altruism, mutual aid, this is all very important. Preserving the human lives that already exist is important to any radical. But, what of the future? Should we mortgage the future and push countless species and non-civilized peoples to extinction so that we can jerk each other off with the planet's limited resources?
Notions of "natural order" aren't dogmatic here. If I have a thousand pounds of wheat and I must save one hundred in order to replant next year, and I eat all one thousand, I will not have any way to replant next year. I will go without. My lack of foresight will kill me. And yours will kill us.