What is the subject of this site?

The Environment and Military Network is an international project to gather and promote scholarship on the history of the relationship between armed forces and the environment. The purpose of this website is to serve as a resource hub for researchers, teachers, and policymakers in order to provide historically informed perspectives about the roles of the armed forces in environmental change, past and present. In the process we aim to bridge the gap between environmental and military history, fields which have developed mostly in isolation from each other, despite considerable overlap in their interests and subjects.

Network Advisory Board

Richard Tucker

Jean Mansavage

Jamie Lewis

Tony Andersson

Sam Shingledecker

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