Statement on behalf of CEOBS, PAX and Zoï Environment Network arguing that states at the 2020 UNGA First Committee need to do more to articulate the environmental dimensions of the weapons and security issues on its agenda.
Harvard Law School’s International Human Rights Clinic and CEOBS have adapted humanitarian disarmament’s norms of victim assistance to the context of toxic remnants of war, with 14 principles designed to establish a framework for assistance.
Joint position from CEOBS, the Environmental Law Institute, Norwegian People’s Aid, PAX, Zoï Environment Network and the Zoological Society of London that urges states to use UNEA-5 to help catalyse global efforts to address the link between armed conflicts and biodiversity loss.
Report: 2019’s UN General Assembly debate on the protection of the environment in relation to armed conflicts
Our round up and analysis of 2019’s UN General Assembly debate on proposals by the International law Commission to strengthen the laws protecting the environment in relation to armed conflicts.
A brief overview of international legal and policy initiatives relating to conflict and the environment, with timeline and further suggested reading.
Briefing paper: Strengthening the International Law Commission’s newly adopted draft principles on the protection of the environment in relation to armed conflicts
Briefing paper for states ahead of October 2019’s debate in the UN General Assembly’s Sixth Committee. The paper identifies opportunities to strengthen the most recent draft principles proposed by the ILC on the protection of the environment in relation to armed conflicts.
Report: The United Kingdom’s practice on the protection of the environment in relation to armed conflicts
In this report we analyse the UK’s practice on the protection of the environment in relation to armed conflicts, using the draft principles on the topic that have been developed by the UN’s International Law Commission.
CEOBS, PAX, Zoï | ‘Towards a Pollution-Free Planet’: Input on the implementation of UNEA resolution 3/1
Joint input for UN Environment’s consultation for its ‘Pollution Free Planet’ report that will be published at UNEA-4 in March 2019. The publication proposes a number of recommendations for measures that should be taken to minimise and address conflict pollution and the toxic remnants of war, and which should be pursued in the implementation of UNEA resolution 3/1.