This article analyses the treaty law rules related to environmental protection in non-international armed conflict under international humanitarian law. It highlights that the existing framework is weak and piecemeal, which leaves the natural environment vulnerable to the negative effects of armed conflict. The article poses two potential solutions to enhance environmental protection in non-international armed conflict under international law.
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