Monday, January 17, 2011

New Issue: International Review of the Red Cross

The latest issue of the International Review of the Red Cross (Vol. 92, no. 879, September 2010) is out. The theme is "Environment." Contents include:
  • Environment
    • Interview with Achim Steiner
    • Martin Beniston, Climate change and its impacts: growing stress factors for human societies
    • Michael Bothe, Carl Bruch, Jordan Diamond & David Jensen, International law protecting the environment during armed conflict: gaps and opportunities
    • Julian Wyatt, Law-making at the intersection of international environmental, humanitarian and criminal law: the issue of damage to the environment in international armed conflict
    • Mara Tignino, Water, international peace, and security
    • Karen Hulme, Taking care to protect the environment against damage: a meaningless obligation?
    • Lisette M. Braman, Pablo Suarez & Maarten K. van Aalst, Climate change adaptation: integrating climate science into humanitarian work
    • Vikram Kolmannskog & Lisetta Trebbi, Climate change, natural disasters and displacement: a multi-track approach to filling the protection gaps
  • Selected Article on International Humanitarian Law
    • Friedrich Rosenfeld, Collective reparation for victims of armed conflict