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  • International Consortium of Landslides ICL
    UNITWIN Headquarters Building, Uji Campus of Kyoto University
    611-0011 Uji- Kyoto
    Japan

    Email: sassa@iclhq.org
    Phone: +81 774384834
    Fax: +81 774325597
    Website: http://www.iplhq.org/ , http://icl.iplhq.org/

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International Consortium of Landslides (ICL)

Non-Governmental Organization

http://www.iplhq.org/ , http://icl.iplhq.org/

ICL is an international non governmental and non profit organization, whose objectives are to promote landslide research and capacity building, notably in developing countries, evaluate landslide risk in urban, rural and developing areas including cultural and natural heritage sites, to contribute to...

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ICL is an international non governmental and non profit organization, whose objectives are to promote landslide research and capacity building, notably in developing countries, evaluate landslide risk in urban, rural and developing areas including cultural and natural heritage sites, to contribute to the protection of the natural environment and sites of high value, combine and coordinate international expertise in landslide risk assessment and mitigation.
IPL (International Programme on Landslides) is a programme to reduce landslide disasters which is jointly managed by ICL, UNESCO, WMO, FAO, UNISDR, UNU, ICSU, WFEO and IUGS.

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http://www.iplhq.org/
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  • UNITWIN Headquarters Building, Uji Campus of Kyoto University 611-0011 Uji- Kyoto Japan

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