El presente Manual Judicial proporciona recursos que los jueces pueden aplicar para decidir casos relacionados con la deforestación en Colombia, y esta introducción proporciona un contexto para el desarrollo del manual, reconoce a los socios y a los individuos responsables del desarrollo del mismo, y proporciona una breve descripción sobre cómo utilizarlo.
ELI and Partners Launch Massive Open Online Course to Make Natural Resources a Source of Cooperation Rather Than Conflict
(Washington, DC): Yesterday, the Environmental Law Institute, U.N. Environment, and partner organizations launched a Massive Open Online Course (MOOC) on Environmental Security & Sustaining Peace, providing an in-depth introduction to the multiple roles that natural resources and the environment play in the onset, escalation, and resolution of, and recovery from violent conflicts.
(WASHINGTON, DC and GENEVA) In the wake of armed conflict, rebuilding livelihoods is critical to peacebuilding and economic redevelopment, according to a new study launched today by the Environmental Law Institute (ELI), the United Nations Environment Programme (UNEP), the University of Tokyo, McGill University, and Tufts University.
The Environmental Peacebuilding Global Knowledge Platform, the leading knowledge source on natural resources, conflict and peace, celebrates its one-year anniversary today, on the International Day for Preventing the Exploitation of the Environment in War and Armed Conflict.
The Environmental Law Institute (ELI) and the Global Infrastructure Fund (GIF) Research Foundation Japan are undertaking a project — with the support of the Center for Global Partnership (CGP) of the Japan Foundation — to improve post-conflict security and diplomacy. In particular, the project examines how natural resource management and infrastructure redevelopment can improve security, diplomacy, and peacebuilding after a conflict.