Do you think we're really commiting "ecocide", destroying our planet, or is it too strong and too big for us to do that?
Ecocide occurs in degrees and rather slowly.
Have we exterminated species? Yes
Is there unpolluted seawater anywhere? No
What about ground water? Rarely, if any
How far do you need to go from a city to find wilderness? (Real wilderness, not "parks.") For most people, several hours
What about species with lowered numbers of animals, possibly below safe/healthy breeding? Whales, dolphins, cougars, foxes and many others
What about air pollution? Most US cities have pollution alerts, especially in summer
Add all this up and you see that we're slowly killing off (a) open spaces for animals to breed/frolic/live (b) species through slow decline (c) the natural resources (air, water, dirt) needed for healthy nature.
Most people think of ecocide as a sudden change, like on Friday life is OK, and Saturday is a nuclear wasteland. It's not that. It's that we trim away at the edges for too long and one day we wake up and realize that we've steadily lost many things we'd rather have.
Of course, most people (90%) do not care at all and cannot care; they lack the intelligence and character to do so. We need a fascist leader to force unpopular, unprofitable decisions upon the idiot masses, and to finally end the travesty of democracy.