By presenting unreliable characters such as Sarvis, Hayduke, Smith, Abbzug and others in The Monkey Wrench Gang, Edward Abbey attempts to deconstruct the coercive view of nature. Sarvis who leads their ecotage never abandons love for humans, which deconstructs his position as a radical naturalist while Smith`s patriarchal mindset and his marital practice, viewed upon the eco feminist standpoint, belies his authenticity as an ecological saboteur. Along with double characterization, Abbey reinforces deconstructive naturalism as he diversifies the characters in terms of their intensity of ecotage practice; Hayduke`s radicality is well-contrasted with Sarvis` moderate and even playful environmental activism. Abbey`s deconstructive environmentalism might result in inviting a politically efficient environmentalism and its practical activism which our own contemporary community can afford. The author of MWG paves the way to an organic environmental practice that articulates individual and socio cultural insight, desirt and intersts, thus, even if he does not propose any alternative naturism within his literary text.