Protected area conservation in Yemen’s conflict


Our report examines the impact that the conflict in Yemen is having on its protected areas by exploring the fate of five of them, we identify multiple pressures that are being caused or worsened by the conflict.


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Oil spills from Libya's Derna power and desalination plant


Using satellite imagery, Eoghan Darbyshire identifies recurring oil spills from Derna power and desalination plant in Libya, examining their threat they pose to its biodiverse coastline and the wider context of the country's decaying infrastructure.


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The military’s contribution to climate change


With interest growing in reducing military emissions, Linsey Cottrell and Eoghan Darbyshire explore why they emit so much and what it will take to reduce their contribution to climate change.


June 16, 2021

Did NATO members just pledge to reduce their military GHG emissions?


Doug Weir untangles what it actually was that NATO and its member states committed to at June's summit. While there were some positive signs, the pledges fell short of what is needed to address military contributions to the climate crisis, in line with the Paris Agreement.


June 15, 2021

How does war contribute to climate change?


With so much focus on how climate change can influence security, have we neglected the question of how conflicts influence emissions? As Eoghan Darbyshire and Doug Weir explain, environmental and social changes in conflict-affected and post-conflict areas can mean significant changes in emissions.


June 14, 2021

Protected area conservation in Yemen’s conflict


Our report examines the impact that the conflict in Yemen is having on its protected areas by exploring the fate of five of them, we identify multiple pressures that are being caused or worsened by the conflict.


July 13, 2021

Oil spills from Libya's Derna power and desalination plant


Using satellite imagery, Eoghan Darbyshire identifies recurring oil spills from Derna power and desalination plant in Libya, examining their threat they pose to its biodiverse coastline and the wider context of the country's decaying infrastructure.


July 7, 2021

The military’s contribution to climate change


With interest growing in reducing military emissions, Linsey Cottrell and Eoghan Darbyshire explore why they emit so much and what it will take to reduce their contribution to climate change.


June 16, 2021

Did NATO members just pledge to reduce their military GHG emissions?


Doug Weir untangles what it actually was that NATO and its member states committed to at June's summit. While there were some positive signs, the pledges fell short of what is needed to address military contributions to the climate crisis, in line with the Paris Agreement.


June 15, 2021

How does war contribute to climate change?


With so much focus on how climate change can influence security, have we neglected the question of how conflicts influence emissions? As Eoghan Darbyshire and Doug Weir explain, environmental and social changes in conflict-affected and post-conflict areas can mean significant changes in emissions.


June 14, 2021

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This policy brief examines the public water infrastructure in Basra Governorate, southern Iraq. Crucial to the delivery of water services to the population, the longterm deterioration of this infrastructure is a result of armed conflict, international sanctions and defective governance.

A good example of why it's vital for @DefenceHQ and the #military sector to report its Scope 3 supply chain emissions. While @ForgemastersHQ has reduced its emissions over the last two decades, steel making remains energy intensive #COP26 #ClimateAction

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Sheffield Forgemasters nationalised after £2.6m takeover by MoD

State acquires defence manufacturer to secure of supply parts for Royal Navy‘s ships and submarines

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There are less than 100 days to #COP26! We join @detoxconflict and others to support the call on @COP26 military emissions pledges. Governments must use COP26 to commit to reducing military #GreenhouseGas emissions. Endorse the call:https://ceobs.org/governments-must-commit-to-military-emissions-cuts-at-cop26/

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A good example of why it's vital for @DefenceHQ and the #military sector to report its Scope 3 supply chain emissions. While @ForgemastersHQ has reduced its emissions over the last two decades, steel making remains energy intensive #COP26 #ClimateAction

Image for twitter card

Sheffield Forgemasters nationalised after £2.6m takeover by MoD

State acquires defence manufacturer to secure of supply parts for Royal Navy‘s ships and submarines

www.theguardian.com

There are less than 100 days to #COP26! We join @detoxconflict and others to support the call on @COP26 military emissions pledges. Governments must use COP26 to commit to reducing military #GreenhouseGas emissions. Endorse the call:https://ceobs.org/governments-must-commit-to-military-emissions-cuts-at-cop26/

#TogetherForOurPlanet

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