ELI Research Brief #7 - The Greening of Warfare: Developing International Law and Institutions to Limit Environmental Damage During Armed Conflict

Jay Austin & Carl Bruch, Environmental Law Institute
Date Released
December 1999

Out Of Print

Addressing excessive environmental damage from armed conflict has always been problematic. Jay Austin and Carl Bruch, who served as principal organizers of the First International Conference on Addressing Environmental Consequences of War, draw on the meeting`s findings to sketch out an array of possible legal solutions.