This chapter will examine the ecological politics of the contemporary US right, focusing on the so-called ‘Alt-Right’. Through a discussion of speeches, texts, and debates emerging from far-right movements today, it will explore how a variety of anti-egalitarian views – antisemitism, racism, gender traditionalism, and homophobia – have been harnessed to and justified by an ecological framework. The chapter analyses how the alt right borrows from left and ecological discourses as fascist predecessors have, updating older themes like organic agriculture and animal rights, while incorporating newer concepts like biocentrism, multiculturalism, ecological anti-capitalism, biodiversity, and Indigenism. The chapter argues that ecology represents one important political vector for the rejection of traditional pro-business conservative positions by the constellation of esoteric, revolutionary, and traditionalist currents that comprise the alt-right.