Alors que démarre la 44e session du Comité du patrimoine mondial, l’ABFPM dévoile un nouvel outil de médiation destiné à tous : le Petit illustré...
As part of the activities of the UNESCO Chair "Rivers and Heritage: natural and cultural diversity of river landscapes", this workshop is being organised at Angers University on Tuesday 7 and Wednesday 8 July 2015 to take stock of current research on the chair's theme and provide an initial discussion forum for researchers from the partner universities. The workshop is intended for academics, young researchers, professors, lecturers and students as well as the many professionals involved in water and environment management and development (local authorities, water management and development plans [SAGE], nature parks, federations and international organisations).
The aim will be to present an overview of the most recent works carried out on the natural and anthropic dynamics in river valleys, particularly in connection with farming practices, by focusing on their impacts on environmental integrity – including surface water quality.
The workshop will also seek to facilitate comparative approaches, either between disciplines by comparing ecological and social sciences, between fundamental research and technological and development aspects, or between countries in the North and South.
In accordance with the UNESCO Chair programme, the workshop will pay special attention to the management of river sites listed as a World Heritage, including the Loire Valley.
The workshop will be held over two separate days:
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