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Desk Study on the Environment in Iraq. Publication date: August 2003.
Desk Study on the Environment in Iraq. Lessons learned from earlier conflicts indicate that environmental consequences in Iraq must be addressed as soon as possible to avoid further deterioration of humanitarian and environmental conditions. This publication provides an overview of chronic and war-related environmental issues and identifies the steps needed to safeguard against them using post-war Iraq as a case study. Environmental concerns addressed include: water and power supply, sanitation, and possible pollution from war-damaged sites.
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S9 The Iraq environment desk study due to be published by the . . UNEP Recommends Studies of Depleted Uranium in Iraq. by the end of April will provide the basis to asses environmental damage caused by the conflict. Introduction I1 During wartime the environmental impacts of conflict are often forgotten in the midst of the massive human suffering and loss. DU is incredibly persistent in the environment with a half-life of . billion years (EMS, 2002). A clean up operation requires soil removal and treatment of the radioactive waste.
Nairobi, KE : UNEP, 2003. Includes bibliographic references. Geographic keywords: Iraq. Call number: SPE-P&D-050. Physical Description: 96p. : ill. Publication Year: 2003.
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Oil refining Iraq’s refining capacity as of January 2003 was believed to be over 417,000 bpd .
Oil refining Iraq’s refining capacity as of January 2003 was believed to be over 417,000 bpd, compared to a pre-Gulf War capacity of 700,000 bpd. The country has ten refineries and topping units, the largest of which are the 150,000 bpd Baiji North, 140,000 bpd Basra, and 100,000 bpd Daura plants. On 28 March 2003 the UNSC adopted resolution 1472 making temporary and technical adjustments to the OFFP.
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The Desk Study addresses environmental issues identified as the most vital for the environment in the region . The main emphasis of this UNEP Desk Study has been on the areas where there are acute environmental problems.
The Desk Study addresses environmental issues identified as the most vital for the environment in the region The geographical scope of the Occupied Palestinian Territories is addressed in several resolutions of the United Nations General Assembly and the Security Council.
The war in Iraq started at 3:15 . This unsuccessful air strike was not part of long-term planning but was instead a target of opportunity based on late-breaking intelligence, which ultimately proved incorrect. The major air war effort began at approximately 6:00 . on the same day with an aerial bombardment of Baghdad and the Iraqi integrated air defense system