CEOBS is available for consultancy work relating to the environmental dimensions of armed conflict for individuals, organisations or institutions who share our objective of reducing harm to people and ecosystems from armed conflict and military activities.
Our services include research, analysis, report writing and policy development, specialisms include:
- contaminated land management and the environmental risks from the toxic remnants of war;
- the legal and policy framework protecting the environment in relation to armed conflicts;
- environmental mainstreaming in humanitarian mine action;
- remote sensing, and in particular air quality.