Developing, managing, and sharing knowledge on natural resources, conflict, and peacebuilding
The initiative is producing six edited books (published by Earthscan) that include 150 case studies and other analyses from 60 conflict-affected countries and territories, written by 225 researchers, practitioners, and decision makers from around the world. The books can be purchased online by clicking the... Read More
Navigating Complexity: Climate, Migration, and Conflict in a Changing World
Wilson Center and USAID, 2016
Record levels of displacement and accelerating climate change have prompted many to wonder if the world is headed toward a more violent future. Whether a policymaker, practitioner, diplomat,...
Environmental Emergency Response to the Lebanon Crisis
UN Office for the Coordination of Humanitarian Affairs and UNEP, 2006
In July 2006, open hostilities broke out between Israel and Hezbollah, with heavy aerial bombardment of Lebanon, especially south Lebanon and south Beirut. The conflict resulted in loss...
North Korea and Green Diplomacy -- An Opportunity for Peace Building?
Environmental Law and Policy, 2016
International environmental agreements have historically been considered to be in the realm of “low politics”, disconnected from the “high politics” of war and peace. There is growing evidence,...
Tweets by @EnvPeacebuild
The Risks of Depleted Uranium Contamination in Post-Conflict Countries: Fin...
Case Study from Vol. 2: Assessing and Restoring Natural Resources in Post-Conflict Peacebuilding
Bankrupting Peace Spoilers: Can Peacekeepers Curtail Belligerents' Access t...
Case Study from Vol. 1: High-Value Natural Resources and Post-Conflict Peacebuilding