This is basically driven as a set of principles, characterized by a high level of non-linear capacity and plasticity. In this systems view of life everybody is connected to everyone else and everyone is connected to everything in nature. This view is very different from what people would have considered to be in the industrial age where only profits were essential and the rest were forgotten. There was no holistic representation. Deep ecology is a concept that was first propounded in the year1973 by the Norwegian philosopher and mountaineer Arne Naess. He introduced the concept in his discussion on environmental literature. This is a concept that has its roots in political grassroots movement formed by environmentalists. Conservation and preservation efforts were already underway and these were joined by people that advocated against the growing industrialism stating that it was the destroyer of the environment. In a presentation at Bucharest in the year 1972, Naess in his presentation discussed the ecology movement. In this he describes what he distinguishes to be two different forms of environmentalism. One is that of the deep ecology movement and the other is what he calls as shallow ecology movement. When environmentalists delve deeper in searching for answers on the preservation of the environment, then it is called the deep ecology movement (Drengson, 2012). This form of movement does not just promote temporary technological fixes but rather gets down to the fundamental root cause of the problem.