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17 September 2013

Libreville, old port zone of Port-Môle: work starts on the development of a commercial and cultural zone

Source : Afrik.com

17 September 2013

Cherbourg: inauguration of the “Eléis”, a new urban site in the port basin district

Source : CyberArchi

11 September 2013

Puerto Vallarta (Mexico): new cruise ship terminal to handle the growth in traffic (+30% announced for 2014)

Source : Communidad Portuaria

10 September 2013

Valdivia (Chile): a master plan to incorporate the river into the urban public transport network

Source : Plataforma Urbana

10 September 2013

Valparaiso : le port confirme sa volonté de déplacer la marina près du Muelle Baron pour en améliorer la qualité

Source : Plataforma Urbana

5 September 2013

Port-City relations in Spain: integration and cooperation are the key

For José Llorca, the President of Puertos del Estado, the key question in port-city relations in Spain is no longer simply about the transformation of port spaces for urban use, but rather about the integration of the city with the port. He is convinced that dialogue and cooperation between the different institutions are an essential instrument for achieving this.

Source : Diario del Puerto

5 September 2013

Rio de Janeiro (Brazil): AECOM’s master plan for the Olympic Park on the waterfront

Source : Deezen

5 September 2013

Bordeaux: work starts in the Bassins à Flot on the “Cité des civilisations du vin” (Wine Civilisations Centre)

Source : Sud-Ouest

4 September 2013

Environmental performance and cost control: a complex equation

The next phase of Euroméditerranée at Marseilles will be a response to the ambition to develop an “Eco-city”. This desire to set an example in urban redevelopment requires combining permanent environmental performance with cost control: this is a complex equation, but it can be solved by new practices and a new way of conceiving projects.

Source : Euroméditerranée

Citizen Port

21 May 2018

The Province of Antwerp prepares to move the Port Center to a new site closer to the city centre, next to the Port Authority HQ, by 2022

Full article: Havencentrum

21 May 2018

The OECD’s International Transport Forum (ITF) publishes a new report entitled: Decarbonising Maritime Transport: The Case of Sweden

Full article: Port of Gothenburg

21 May 2018

The Port of Oslo to use drones to find waste in the docks

Full article: Next City

16 May 2018

The European HERIT-DATA project aims to develop sustainable management of cruise tourism

Taking advantage of technology and the latest innovations in management tools (open data, connected objects, etc.), the project aims to reduce the impact of tourism on the cultural heritage of the Mediterranean regions. The consortium brings together organisations, businesses and technology centres, along with local and regional public authorities from Italy, Spain, Croatia, France and Portugal, including four regions which are members of the Intermediterranean Commission, namely Tuscany, Valencia, Occitania and Western Greece.

Full article: Fundacion Valenciaport

16 May 2018

Cruise operators are increasingly looking to promote and create private tourist destinations

Full article: Maritime Executive

16 May 2018

California: tighter legislation on emissions boost research and development in green technologies

Full article: Port Strategy

14 May 2018

University of Concepción (Chile) initiates a project on sustainability in port cities

The initiative is led by the Faculty of Architecture, Urbanism and Geography, and is financed by an innovation fund to boost regional competitiveness. Mabel Alarcón, project director, explained that the object is to solve the problems which arise between ports and their associated port cities, in particular logistical problems.Full article: Portal Portuario

14 May 2018

Costa and the Port of Marseilles sign for an economic and environmental sustainable cruise industry

Full article: La Provence

6 May 2018

More than 30,000 visitors at Singapore Maritime Week 2018 (SMW)

In an increasingly variable and fragile situation, this year’s theme turns resolutely towards the levers of the future, such as connectivity, innovation and talent. Organised by the Singapore Maritime Authority, SMW 2018 serves as a platform for discussion and motivation to encourage debate among the actors in the regional and international maritime scene. There will be 19 discussion sessions and presentations, 11 networking receptions and four large-scale events for the general public.

Full article: Seatrade maritime + SMW

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Enterprise-driver Port

21 May 2018

Between plastics and ship waste, the challenges around waste in ports are reaching critical point

Since the start of the year, China’s restrictive policy on plastic waste imports has been causing a build-up at European ports, where storage areas are becoming gradually saturated. Some countries are looking at landfill as a temporary solution. Elsewhere, such as at the Port of Amsterdam, new possibilities are being found, including turning waste into fuel. At the same time, Europe’s ports are calling for new legislation on the collection of ship waste to include higher taxation.

Full article: Indenpendente.ie / Maritime Executive / ESPO

21 May 2018

The Port of Bordeaux welcomes the first clients at its experimental SEENEOH site dedicated to tidal energy.

Full article: Bordeaux Port Atlantique

21 May 2018

Energy transition: the port of Antwerp and Fluxys target a strategy to capture, transport, store, and re-use CO2.

Full article: Port of Antwerp

16 May 2018

With its new port at Turkmenbashi on the Caspian Sea, Turkmenistan aims to become a regional hub between Europe and Asia.

Full article: Radio Free Europe Radio Liberté

16 May 2018

From the port of Montreal to the port of Quebec, the provincial government wants to promote – but not control – maritime development.

Full article: Le Soleil

14 May 2018

Quebec keen to encourage industrial synergies between the port zones of Contrecoeur Varennes and Sorel Tracy

Full article: Gouvernement du Québec

14 May 2018

Reducing logistics costs is crucial to efforts to attract industrial operators abandoning Asia and make Mombasa a new global trade hub

Full article: Business Daily

14 May 2018

Seychelles: the AFD and Europe back plans to extend Port Victoria, a vital project for lowering the cost of living in the islands

Full article: Le Marin

14 May 2018

Vietnam: a lack of investment is preventing the country from taking proper advantage of its maritime and river port system

Full article: Viêt Nam News

6 May 2018

DP World and Virgin put their faith in the Hyperloop and join forces to create a shared vision of the future.

The joint venture has seen the creation of a new company, DP World Cargospeed. The aim is to build the logistics service best suited to the rapid growth of e-commerce, as part of a new long-term vision of logistics and the ambition of both parties to establish this technology as the global standard.

Full article; El Vigia / Les Echos / Video

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