The various cases related to environmental issues should not solely be perceived from technical or juridical aspect; they should also be seen from their triggering factors. In the global, national, and local scale, these cases share one thing in common: they are caused by humans' irresponsible, inconsiderate, and selfish attitude. This is strongly related to how the stake holders, who are dominantly influential in the society, perceive the issue. The so-called anthropocentrism paradigm (also known as shallow ecological movement) which is commonly believed in societies puts environment as an object to meet human needs. It is high time that such paradigm changed into biocentrism and eco-centrism paradigms (also known as deep ecological movement) which put humans as biological and ecological beings who are dependent on and concerned about the sustainability of the environment and universe.