The literal definition of a carcinogen is a substance that is relative to causing cancer, which is not limited to humans. If certain animals in an environment are affected by a carcinogenic outbreak, then that can kill the ecosystem. In summation, yes, all carcinogens are bad for the environment.
As long as carcinogens are cancer causing materials, they are inimical to some organisms making up the ecosystem and can wipe such species away. Because of this, all carcinogens being threat to the ecosystem are harmful to the environment.
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