Statement by six organisations on the environmental impact and legacy of the use of explosive weapons in populated areas, delivered during negotiations on a draft declaration on EWIPA in Geneva.
The electrification of military vehicles will increase demand for batteries, yet forthcoming EU battery legislation contains a blanket military exemption. Piotr Barczak and Linsey Cottrell explain why the exemption challenges military greening claims.
Linsey Cottrell and Carlie Stowe examine the impact that our changing climate will have on humanitarian mine action and why operators need to start implementing climate risk analysis into their planning.
In this report, Leonie Nimmo and Hana Manjusak examine the environmental Corporate Social Responsibility reporting of some of the world’s biggest arms companies, and discover that it may be far more useful than you might think.
This guest commentary from UNIDIR argues that we need to explore how climate change is influencing the trade, use and legacy of conventional weapons – and how arms flows will exacerbate climate insecurity.
It’s been an extraordinary year for the campaign to hold militaries accountable for their contribution to the climate emergency, in this post Doug Weir takes stock of where we are, and how we can build on the achievements of COP26.
Linsey Cottrell introduces the key findings from our analysis of the military emissions data that governments report to the UNFCCC. We found that the standard and scope of reporting is unacceptable, underscoring the need for greater transparency and tougher standards.
Join CEOBS and Concrete Impacts live from Glasgow for the media launch of www.militaryemissions.org a new website dedicated to tracking the dire state of military emissions reporting to the UNFCCC.