Around one-third of a massive oil slick caused by Israeli bombing of a Lebanese power plant remains in the Mediterranean a year on from war
Source: Lebanon still cleaning oil spill one year after war - Middle East Times
Canada's increased military presence in the Arctic poses environmental dangers as bullets, shells, shell casings and other war-game detritus wind up in ecologically sensitive waters and tundra
Source: globeandmail.com: War games in Arctic draw fire over impact on ecology
Campesinos in the southern Mexican state of Guerrero have been blocking access to an area where the government wants to build a huge dam and hydroelecric station, since 2003
Source: ENVIRONMENT-MEXICO: High Voltage Conflict Over Dam
Bullets, grenades, bombs, mortars and other war tools obliterate wildlife, disturb native habitats and poison the air, water and soil with toxic chemicals. This damage to the environment is very costly and can persist for generations.
Source: Concealed casualty of war - INQUIRER.net