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Edited by Richard J. Grunawalt, John E. King, and Ronald S. McClain, 1996
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Table of Contents

Foreword and Introduction

Welcoming Remarks
RADM James R. Stark and R. J. Grunawalt

Opening Address
The Honorable Conrad Harper

Framing the Issues
RADM Carlson M. LeGrand

Naval Warfare and the Environment
RADM William H. Wright IV

The Army and the Environment: Environmental Considerations During Army Operations
Brigadier General Joseph G. Garrett III

Protection of the Environment During Armed Conflict and Other Military Operations
Major General Robert E. Linhard

Panel Discussion: The Strategic Imperative

The Impact of War and Military Operations other than War on the Marine Environment: Policy Making on the Frontiers of Knowledge
Ronald A. DeMarco and Commander John P. Quinn

This Land is Our Land: The Environmental Threat of Army Operations
Colonel Frank R. Finch

The Environmental Threat of Military Operations
William M. Arkin

Comment: The Environmental Threat of Military Operations
Arthur G. Gaines, Jr.

Panel Discussion: The Environmental Threat of Military Operations

Oceans Law, the Maritime Environment, and the Law of Naval Warfare
George K. Walker

Environmental Issues in International Armed Conflict: The Experience of the 1991 Gulf War
Adam Roberts

Comment: The Existing Legal Framework, Protecting the Environment During International Armed Conflict
Paul C. Szasz

Panel Discussion: The Existing Legal Framework, Part I

International Environmental Law Considerations During Military Operations Other Than War
RADM Bruce A. Harlow and Commander Michael E. McGregor

Environmental Aspects of Non-international Conflicts: The Experience in Former Yugoslavia
Colonel James A. Burger

Comment: The Existing Legal Framework: Protecting the Environment During Non-international Armed Conflict Operations Involving the Use of Force (i.e. Military Operations Other than War (MOOTW))
Raul E. Vinuesa

Comment: Protection of the Environment During Non-international Armed Conflicts
Theodor Meron

Panel Discussion: Panel IV The Existing Legal Framework, Part II: Protecting the Environment During Non-International Armed Conflict Involving the Use of Force

Luncheon Address: Environmental Security
Gary Vest

State Responsibility and Civil Liability for Environmental Damage Caused by Military Operations
Christopher Greenwood

State Responsibility and Civil Reparation for Environmental Damage
Leslie C. Green

Comment: State Responsibility and Civil Liability for Environmental Damage Caused by Military Operations
Glen Plant

Panel Discussion: State Responsibility and Civil Reparations

Criminal Responsibility for Environmental Damage in Times of Armed Conflict
Michael Bothe

Individual Accountability for Environmental Damage in Times of Armed Conflict: International and National Penal Enforcement Possibilities
Gerard J. Tanja

Criminal Responsibilities for Environmental Damage
Howard S. Levie

Panel Discussion: Criminal Responsibilities for Environmental Damage

The Debate to Assess the Need for New International Accords
Hans-Peter Gasser

Protection of the Environment During Armed Conflict and Other Military Operations: The Way Ahead
Dieter Fleck

Protection of the Environment in Time of Armed Conflict: Environmental Protection in Military Practice
John H. McNeill

The Debate to Assess the Need for New International Accords
Ivan Shearer

Comment: The Debate to Assess the Need for New International Accords
Captain J. Ashley Roach

Comment: Protection of the Environment in Times of Armed Conflict - Do We Need Additional Rules?
Wil D. Verwey

Comment: Developing the Environmental Law of Armed Conflict
Bernard H. Oxman

Panel Discussion: The Debate to Assess the Need for New International Accords

Concluding Remarks
John Norton Moore

Appendix A and B

Index