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The Istanbul Declaration on ethical principles for the profession of geodetic surveying was signed by CLGE President Maurice Barbieri and President of the Chamber of Survey and Cadastre Engineers Orhan Kasap on 28 September 2019 in Istanbul (TR).
The Declaration was prepared and adopted during the VI Conference of the European Surveyor which was themed “Professional Ethics, a landmark for geodetic surveyors” and the CLGE General Assembly which took place in Istanbul, from 26 to 28 September 2019.
The Istanbul Declaration is an important step forward for our profession in this ‘Year of Professional Ethics 2019’.
The FIG Working Week 2020 will take place in Amsterdam (NL) from Sunday 10th, to Thursday 14th May 2020.
Please save the date in your calendar and visit the Working Week 2020 website for more information
The CLGE Students’ Contest Awarding ceremony took place on 18 September 2019 in Stuttgart, (DE).
We are pleased to announce the winners and runners up as follows. You can read their papers online by following the links below.Read more
After many years of fruitful cooperation with the GSA (since the CLGE Seminar in Umeå – 2011) CLGE managed to submit a successful bid at the European Commission. Together with a strong consortium led by the Italian GeoWeb and SOGEI, the GISCAD-OV project was approved by the European Commission on 14 August 2019 within the H2020 Programme.Read more
In Dublin, the CLGE Ex-Board has decided to compensate the Carbon Offset of its meetings from now on. This is done in cooperation with www.atmosfair.de
The certificate can be read here.Read more
On 26 September 2019, CLGE and the Turkish Chamber of Survey and Cadastre Engineers organizes a the VI CLGE Conference of the European Surveyor at the Grand Cevahir Hotel and Convention Center in Istanbul.Read more
The European surveyors gather at the CLGE Seminar in Sofia (BG).
One of the goals is to discuss the vision 2030 and beyond but another reason is to celebrate the European Surveyors of the year.
The opening of the seminar is cheered up by Bulgarian piano music and polyphonic songs.