Landmines and Environmental Degradation in War

In this a new article written with Doug Weir from the Toxic Weapons of War Project, we examine how the politics of war, the environment and humanitarianism since the 1970s have influenced state and civil society responses to the remnants of war. In doing so we considers how mines and ERW became decoupled from the environment and whether new opportunities are now emerging for a more integrated approach to reducing the risks the legacies of war pose to civilians and environment alike.

Read our article here.

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~ by Matthew Bolton on 12 February 2015.

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