The Observatory of Military Law, as an academic community dedicated to the study of the Military Forces and Military Law, has approached the study of Democratic Institutions through the multidisciplinary approach that characterizes it, with the aim of contributing to their strengthening in the Contemporary state thanks to the creation of spaces of rapprochement and discussion between academia, society and the Military Forces, which allow for an objective analysis through the consideration of diverse social and legal perspectives on topics of great relevance today. For this reason, one of the lines of research that it has been developing under the title "Military Forces and the Environment" responds to current concerns about the use of natural resources, the minimization of ecological damage in military operations, and the role that the Military Forces play in environmental protection.
To address the impact of military activity on the environment and the role of the Military Forces in protecting it from the legal and social aspects, through articles, publications, spaces for discussion and rapprochement between academia, society and its Military Institutions to contribute to the strengthening of these institutions through objective contributions obtained from the research process.
1. To carry out academic events that allow to expose the environmental problems related to the military activity, as well as the actions to mitigate them and the tasks of maintenance and environmental recovery that this sector carries out.
2. To carry out research covering controversial ecological issues for subsequent publication, this in order to establish an objective scenario on the high points, the measures adopted and the relevant actions in the reduction of the environmental impact generated by military activity.
3. To contribute to the eventual decision making by the Military Forces tending to protect the environment through the investigations that are published.