In the absence of comprehensive international conventions addressing environmental harms caused by war, existing Canadian law may provide the appropriate framework to reduce the environmental impact caused by the activities of Canada’s military. In particular, the Canadian Environmental Assessment Act and the Cabinet Directive on the Environmental Assessment of Policy, Plan and Program Proposals are two existing mechanisms that can be used to help minimize the environmental harms that may result from Canadian Forces operations.
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Neil McCormick, "A Mean and Green Fighting Machine: Wartime Environmental Assessments and the Canadian Forces" (2007) 16 Dal J Leg Stud 1.