|Juridical relevant texts related to the conflict (laws, legislations, EIAs, etc)|
 Article 12(5) on Environmental Protection of Annex III of The Interim Agreement on the West Bank and the Gaza Strip (Oslo II). According to this article: “Both sides shall respectively adopt, apply and ensure compliance with internationally recognized standards concerning the following: levels of pollutants discharged through emissions and effluents; acceptable levels of treatment of solid and liquid wastes, and agreed ways and means for disposal of such wastes; the use, handling and transportation (in accordance with the provisions of Article 38 (Transportation)) and storage of hazardous substances and wastes (including pesticides, insecticides and herbicides); and standards for the prevention and abatement of noise, odor, pests and other nuisances, which may affect the other side.”
|References to published books, academic articles, movies or published documentaries|
 Environmental Injustice in Occupied Palestinian Territory: Problems and Prospects, Al Haq 2015
 Human Rights Watch. “Occupation Inc.: How Settlement Businesses Contribute to Israel’s Violations of Palestinian Rights”. 19 January 2015.
 Al-Haq, "Environmental Rights Case Succeeds in Holding Israel Accountable for Illegal Hazardous Waste Dumping in Palestine". 25 August 2016.
Tulkarem: A city under dust
Huge explosion and fire in illegal Israeli chemical factory in Tulkarm on Thursday night
The Socio-economic Impact of Settlements on Land, Water, and the Palestinian Economy
|Related media links to videos, campaigns, social network|
Part 2 : Israel's chemical factories in Tulkarem, West Bank, 5-3-2010
Part 1 : Israel's Chemical Factories in Tulkarem, West Bank, 5-3-2010
|Other comments:||Look out for an upcoming publication of Environmental Injustice in Occupied Palestinian Territory, by Al Haq and Heinrich Boll Foundation. |