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Singapore: floating parks proposal
24 June 2019

They will allow the creation of new green areas and increase the potential of the waterfront for recreation and tourism. They will also help to improve the climate, biodiversity and health. The parks will be developed on large floating structures made of composite materials which cost 25 to 30% less than regular steel solutions.

Full article : Businesstimes

Port of Oakland presents the “Seaport Air Quality 2020 and Beyond Plan”, an ambitious document to guide the transition to a port free of greenhouse gases emissions. The plan includes changes in operations, equipment and fuels
24 June 2019

General Meeting & AIVP Days, 6-8 june 2019, Riga (Latvia)

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  • The Tall Ships Races

    Alongside such global events as the Olympic Games or Universal Exhibitions, which are traditionally seen as a catalyst for regeneration and redevelopment (Barcelona, Lisbon, etc.), the Tall Ships Races are among the world’s largest public attendance sports events. […]

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American Association of Port Authorities Baltic Ports Organization UNCTAD / CNUCED - United Nation Commerce on Trade and Development The World Association for Waterborne Transport Infrastructure European Federation of Inland Ports European Sea Ports Organization
Green Marine MEDCRUISE - The Association of Mediterranean Cruise Ports International Association of Ports and Harbors International urban Development Association OECD / OCDE - Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development Port Management Association of Eastern and Southern Africa Association de Gestion des Ports d’Afrique de l’Ouest et du Centre - Port Management Association of West & Central Africa Association for the Collaboration between Ports and Cities Associazione dei Porti Italiani Programa Integral de Investigación para el Desarrollo de la Ciudades Portuarias The World Bank / La Banque Mondiale WUC - World Urban Campaign European Council of Spatial Planners / Conseil européen des urbanistes