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The Difficulties of Building Environmental Peace in Africa: Darfur Case Study

PP: 139-151
H.Beshir, W.Dawoud,
Environment, peace, and conflict are inseparable phenomena in the historical development of Africa. Over the years, environmental issues have taken center stage in African history. Sometimes, they led to peace, while others contributed to the conflicts in Africa. However, environmental scientists and practitioners have always addressed the environment and conflict separately from peace, thus ignoring how environmental factors contribute to peacebuilding. Therefore, this paper uses the descriptive analytical approach to inspect the link between environment, peace, and African conflict. The paper also seeks to monitor and analyze the difficulties of building environmental peace in Africa to explain the nature of building environmental peace, monitor ecological violations in the Darfur region, and highlight the international responsibility associated with environmental abuses in Darfur. Then the paper is divided into two main parts, the first of which deals with the nature of building environmental peace while addressing its dimensions and path. The second illustrates factors affecting building environmental peace in Darfur by shedding light on the challenges and manifestations of ecological disturbance.

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