Armed Conflict & the Environment
Carl Bruch, Mikiyasu Nakayama and Ilona Coyle (editors), Harnessing Natural Resources for Peacebuilding: Lessons from U.S. and Japanese Assistance. (Environmental Law Institute, 2011).
Environmental Law Institute and University of Oxford, Assessment of the Legal, Scientific, and Institutional Frameworks for Biodiversity Protection in the Republic of Liberia (United Nations Environment Programme 2007) (supported and funded by UNEP’s Post-Conflict and Disaster Management Branch).
Carl Bruch, Closing Remarks: The International Responses to the Environmental Impacts of War, 17 Geo. Int’l Envtl. L. Rev. 643 (2005).
Jay E. Austin & Carl E. Bruch, Legal Mechanisms for Addressing Wartime Damage to Tropical Forests, 16(3/4) J. Sustainable Forestry 167 (2003), reprinted in Steven V. Price (ed.), War and Tropical Forests: Conservation in Areas of Armed Conflict 167 (2003).
Carl E. Bruch, All’s Not Fair in (Civil) War: Criminal Liability for Environmental Damage from Internal Armed Conflicts, 25 Vt. L. Rev. 695 (2001).
Jay E. Austin & Carl E. Bruch (eds.), The Environmental Consequences of War: Legal, Economic, and Scientific Perspectives (Cambridge University Press, 2000).
Carl E. Bruch & Jay Austin, The 1999 Kosovo Conflict: Unresolved Issues in Addressing the Environmental Consequences of War, 30 Environmental Law Reporter 10069 (2000), excerpted in David Hunter et al. International Environmental Law and Policy 1397-1400 (2d ed. 2002).
Carl E. Bruch, An Overview of Legal Mechanisms for Conserving Biodiversity During Armed Conflict, in Esther Blom et al. (eds.), Nature in War: Biodiversity Conservation during Conflicts 141 (Netherlands Commission for International Nature Protection, 2000).
Jay Austin & Carl Bruch, The Greening of Warfare, 15(6) Envtl. F. 32 (1998), reprinted as Jay Austin & Carl Bruch, The Greening of Warfare, Developing International Law and Institutions to Limit Environmental Damage During Armed Conflict, Environmental Law Institute Research Brief No. 7 (June 1999).
Annotated Bibliography , First International Conference on Addressing Environmental Consequences of War: Legal, Economic, and Scientific Perspectives (Washington, DC: Environmental Law Institute, 1998).
Addressing Environmental Consequences of War (Washington, DC: Environmental Law Institute, 1998) (Background Paper for the First International Conference on Addressing Environmental Consequences of War: Legal, Economic, and Scientific Perspectives).
Deborah Sandler, et al. (eds.), Protecting the Gulf of Aqaba: A Regional Environmental Challenge (ELI, 1993).