On the protection of non-human beings and the environment in war

In a blog post for the LSE Centre for Women, Peace and Security, I explore how non-human beings and the environment can be better protected in war.

The piece builds on a presentation of the first Gender, Nature and Peace workshop in London in June 2019. In the presentation and the blog post I explore the lessons we can learn from the UN’s Women, Peace and Security agenda in making crimes against the Earth visible, and in innovating international law and policies.

Here is the full blog post: Link to the LSE WPS Blog.