Abstract: The aim of this paper to analyze political proposal of social ecology that Murray Bookchin and Janet Biehl’s studies are reviewed. Social Ecology, developed by Murray Bookchin provides a coherent and radical critique of environmentalism as a discourse of capitalism. The solution of ecological crisis cannot be granted by environmental actions, projects and campaigns, green production & consumption. These environmentalist activities not only cover the roots of ecological crisis, but also the need to construct of a rational ecological society through a political program. This ecological and rational society can be organized from bottom-to-top at neighborhood scale through citizen assemblies to provide face-to-face relations as well as direct democracy. In order to construct a public realm as citizen assembly on a neighborhood level, endless education, face-to-face interaction, and local elections are some of the tools. Using formal or legitimate local direct democratic channels to construct citizen assemblies for self-management is another strategy. Each formation of citizen assembly is a step to libertarian society of decentralized confederation of democratized municipalities.