In this paper Linsey Cottrell and NPA’s Kendra Dupuy examine the environmental impact of the open burning and detonation of munitions in mine action programmes, and why the sector needs to do better.
There are signs that some countries may pledge to reduce military greenhouse gas emissions at COP26 in November. This call sets out the scope of what these pledges should include and is open for signature by organisations before and during the COP.
Virtual workshop as part of #NDMUN24 to provide mine action stakeholders with guidance on how to build and use environmental assessment tools.
Webinar co-organised by NPA and CEOBS focusing on the direct and reverberating environmental impacts of the use of explosive weapons in populated areas.
This CEOBS/SGR study set out to estimate the carbon footprint of the EU’s military sectors. The report also provides a broad overview of the policies and measures currently being pursued to reduce military GHG emissions in the EU, and their likely effectiveness.
Virtual side event on mine action and the SDGs co-hosted by Norwegian People’s Aid and CEOBS as part of the 18th Meeting of State Parties to the Anti-Personnel Mine Ban Treaty.
Workshop report from our session on citizen science in areas affected by armed conflict at 2020’s European Citizen Science Association conference. This report summarises the presentations, follow-on discussions and plans for the way forward.
Event report on the launch webinar for Harvard’s International Human Rights Clinic and CEOBS’ report Confronting Conflict Pollution, which establishes a framework for victim assistance for people affected by toxic remnants of war.