Author as Producer by Walter Benjamin can be read here.
Gregory Bateson: The best place to get started is with Steps to an Ecology of the Mind.
James Carey: A primer is Communication as Culture.
Grauer gorilla/Playstation 2 anecdote comes from the excellent book, Making the Net Work: Sustainable Development in a Digital Society.
Ecological economics: the information about the cost of extracted resources comes from David Sazuki’s The Big Picture: Reflections on Science, Humanity, and a Quickly Changing Planet.
Ecological intelligence: This is an emerging topic with no single, clear definition. The best place to start would be with The Handbook of Sustainability Literacy. I also think Frances Moore Lappe‘s EcoMind has a good discussion of the concept (albeit with different terms).
Ecopsychology: The best introduction to the topic can be found in Ecopsychology: Restoring the Earth, Healing the Mind.
Invader Dreaming: I first got exposed to this concept in Eric Michaels’ Bad Aboriginal Art: Tradition, Media and Technological Horizons.
Organic intellectual is a concept developed by Antonio Gramsci. I have yet to find a really good synopsis of this concept.
Mechanism has been covered by a wide variety of writers, but I think the best places to start is with Carolyn Merchant‘s The Death of Nature: Women, Ecology, and the Scientific Revolution.
Participatory culture: there a multitude of books about this concept, but you can get a good feeling for it by reading Henry Jenkin’s overview of a white paper that he co-authored, which summarizes many of the key ideas.
Socioenvironmental theory derives from the work of Alf Hornborg. Though heavy in theory, I highly recommend his key work, The Power of the Machine: Global Inequalities of Economy, Technology, and Environment.
Thomas Banyacya‘s UN presentation can be read here.
World system: For a basic introduction to this important concept, start with Wikipedia.