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Protecting the Environment During Armed Conflict: An Inventory and Analysis of International Law

by Anna Woltman last modified Jan 10, 2013 10:58 AM
Contributors: UNEP
First published in November 2009 by the United Nations Environment Programme © 2009, United Nations Environment Programme ISBN: 978-92-807-3042-5 Job No.: DEP/1191/GE

This 2009 report inventories and analyses the range of international laws that protect the environment during armed conflict. With a view to identifying the current gaps and weaknesses in this system, the authors examine the relevant provisions within four bodies of international law – international humanitarian law (IHL), international criminal law (ICL), international environmental law (IEL), and international human rights law (HRL). The report concludes with twelve concrete recommendations on ways to strengthen this legal framework and its enforcement.

Author(s): UNEP

Publication Date: 2009

Location: Global

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