In a collaboration between Airwars and CEOBS, we explore the immediate and reverberating consequences of the use explosive weapons during the 10 day conflict in Gaza in May 2021.
Explosive weapons use and the environmental consequences: Mapping environmental incidents in Ukraine
Using the example of Ukraine, this paper explores how remote data collection and data from mine action operations can be used to better address the environmental consequences of the use of explosive weapons.
Online side event as part of the 10th Meeting of State Parties to the Convention on Cluster Munitions that examines how mine action operators can meet and exceed the environmental requirements of the Lausanne Action Plan.
Facing Fallout identifies 19 principles for remediating the environment contaminated by nuclear weapons; it also includes a commentary that elaborates on the principles and provides legal and policy precedent for each.
Together with UNIDIR, NPA and the Mine Action Review we will be discussing how best to integrate environmental considerations into the response to the use of explosive weapons.
Report of a pilot study into the levels of munitions residues present at a site in Viet Nam, the methodology is designed for mine action projects.
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.
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.