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Postponed twice, IFGR’s mission to Brazil at last took place in April 2023. For six days, Clémence Aubert, general secretary, and Sophie Gardette, director, accompanied by Julien Denormandie, former Minister of Agriculture and Food of the French government, went to Brasilia, then to Santarem, on the banks of the Amazon, and finally to Belem. Their […]

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Chinese portrait of the River Amazon – through the eyes of the NGO Sapopema (Santarem, Brazil), with the participation of Marie-Paule Bonnet (IRD).

  The Sapopema, which IFGR met during its mission to Brazil (cf. headline article) is a non-governmental organisation whose mission is to promote scientific research, encourage sociopolitical training in view to conserving the environment, the sustainable management of natural resources and improving the quality of life of traditional peoples in the Amazon region. It also […]

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Until 27 August 2023 (attention, only a few weeks left!), LYON

Again some weeks for visiting the temporary exhibition “We, the Rivers at the Musée des Confluences, in Lyon (France) of which IFGR is a partner:  

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13 October 2015

IFGR session no. 1: Rivers faced by climate change

First international session of the IFGR panel – from 13 to 15 October 2015 at Lyon. Session theme: the place and role of the river in energy transition and the response to climate change.

18 April 2016 International conference

IFGR session no. 2: The port of Montreal and the Saint Lawrence River

Second international session of the IFGR panel – from 18 to 21 April 2016, at Montreal. Session themes: “Practical case of the Port of Montreal and the Saint Lawrence River” and “Continuation of two projects from the first session”.

11 October 2016 International conferenceInternational conference

IFGR session no. 3: Deltas

Third international session of the IFGR panel – from 11 to 14 October 2016, at Avignon.
Session theme: Deltas.

“One reaches the sea by following the river”

Titus Marcius Plautus


rivers studied


continents represented


experts gathered

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