Improving corporate conduct in areas affected by armed conflicts
Conflict and Environment Observatory
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A new report from CEOBS examines what steps states and private companies should take to reduce corporate environmental harm in areas affected by armed conflicts. To do so it explores the principles in three normative frameworks – the OECD Guidelines on Multinational Enterprises, the UN Guiding Principles on Business and Human Rights and the International Law Commission’s draft principles on the Protection of the environment in relation to armed conflicts. In this blog, its authors Taygeti Michalakea and Stavros Pantazopoulos introduce the report.
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