Each year RICS presents this honorable award to a person who has contributed most to the understanding of the subjects of Land Transfer, Regis...
Seasons Greeting and a Happy New Year!
Joyeux Noël et Bonne Année
Fröhliche Weihnachten und Ein Gutes Neues Jahr
Feliz Navidad y Prospero año nuevo!
Kul sanna wa'intum...
Attended by 35 land professionals over the two day ARN workshop, participants were drawn from across the spectrum of land survey, valuation, q...
Hans Ni (Beijing iSpatial Co., Ltd) represented FIG at the 20th Chintergeo which has grown to be one of the most important exhibitions.
FIG Vice President Diane Dumashie attended the Expert Group Meeting on how organisations can assist to strengthen capacity development, docume...
|Meeting the President||General Assembly 2016|
Dr. Chryssy Potsiou was at the General Assembly in June 2014 elected as President of FIG. Get to know Chryssy...
At the FIG General Assembly, 02 and 06 May in Christchurch, New Zealand the General Assembly there will be election for two new Vice Presidents and for the the venue for FIG Working Week 2020. There will also be presentation and discussion on the work of the Task Force that has been working on Commission StructureGeneral Assembly agenda
|FIG Members||Article of the Month|
FIG has five different levels of membership and two levels of honorary membership. Through different membership categories 121 countries are represented in FIG. The membership categories are:
- Member Associations
FIG publishes each month the FIG Article of the Month. This is a high-level paper focusing on interesting topic to all surveyors.
The article in January 2017 is written by František PAVLÍK, Arnošt MÜLLER, Svatava MARADOVÁ and Michal GEBHART, Czech Republic: Adaptation Measures for Climate Change in the Process of Land Consolidation. This paper was chosen as being most representative for modern land consolidation in the context of sustainable development. It focuses on how climate changes cause higher demand on the land consolidation process and introduce new challenges especially in the design of adaptation measures through the Common Facilities Plan as an important part of land consolidation process in Czech Republic. Read more...