Lisbon: Maritime Museum to get an extension with the construction of an aquarium between the existing museum and research centre (ARX Portugal)
New York – a massive plan in the wake of Sandy
The Mayor of New York has reaffirmed interest in New York’s waterfront by unveiling a massive plan to invest almost $20 billion in the face of the risks posed by climate change: The multifaceted programme does not involve a retreat from the waterfront, nor does it aim simply to protect. Instead it aims to help the 520 miles of waterfront to both adapt and continue to develop.
Source : “A Stronger, More Resilient New York” ; Gotham gazette ; New York Magazine
Toronto Waterfront: Corporate Social Responsibility and Sustainability Report. Evaluation and overview of the situation
Lyon Confluence: Lighting, photovoltaics, geothermics and rapeseed for three positive energy buildings
Libreville: Urban development for “Port-Môle”
Chinese capital to be added to Gabonese State funding for a 45-hectare development including a conference centre, a museum, businesses, hotels, offices, etc. Fishing and yachting activities will be preserved at the port.
Source : Afriqinfos
Hamburg: Extension of old port warehouses
Gerkan, Marg and Partners are the winners of the competition launched by Gebr. Heinemann for the extension of its offices based in two old 19th and 20th century port warehouses at the heart of Hafen City.
Source : GMP Architecten (+ images)
Izmir (Turkey): Zaha Hadid to lead work on a 276-hectare project if the city is chosen for the World Expo 2020
Minneapolis: 3 teams shortlisted for “Water Works”, a park along the Mississippi at the heart of the city
Port of Venice develops an intense event calendar to engage younger generations with the port.
In the past week, the Port Authority of Venice has showed an extraordinary engagement with younger generations, in initiatives raging from play days to theater groups and plastic recycling. The playday 2019 was the final event of a broader port community project for. In this years’ edition, the port authority created a “Venice port square” with several workshops for children to get to know the port. Other partners included disabled sport organizations a local stakeholders. Additionally, a high-school students’ theater group won an award for their interpretation of Otello in the port. Italian ports have shown an increasing sensibility to societal engagement, also visible in the agenda of the ports Trieste, Livorno, Genoa or Naples.
Bolipuertos, the national entity responsible for Venezuelan ports, will create 8 new university centers to foster higher education for port workers
Full article : Portal Portuario
GloFouling project launched in London to protect marine biodiversity
Full article : Profesionales Hoy
Chilean city of Coronel hosts port city meeting to discuss future challenges with public and private stakeholders and academic researchers.
The meeting gathered representatives from local NGOs, the mayor of Valparaiso and managers from several ports and companies. The key topic was governance and the importance of dialogue between the different members of the logistic chain, companies, institutions AND citizens. Among the participants was also the leader of “Innovación para el desarrollo portuario del Biobío”, an initiative to foster port-city sustainable development. Chile currently has one of the most advanced port legislation in terms of port-city relationship.
Port of Algeciras and the University of Cadiz host the first collaborative technical class include in the engineering masters. Both institutions have collaborated for over 20 years
Full article : Portal portuario
Los Angeles / San Pedro: Container business growth boosts office real estate needed for support and research services
Full article: GlobeSt
Perth Fremantle: Port lands available for industry and logistics are scarce and sell quickly
Full article: The Sydney Morning Herald
Canal Seine Nord Europe: To avoid any delay, the French Government should provide funding soon
Full article: NPI
More and more ports are looking to kick-start innovation through industrial clusters
There are a host of projects in this area, including PierNext in Barcelona, RDM Campus and MH4 in Rotterdam, the Smart Port City programme in Le Havre, the COVE project in Halifax, and others. For Maurice Jansen, the aim is the same: to orchestrate collaborative innovation and converge financial, social, human and cultural capital.
Full article: Port Strategy
Artificial power generation islands in the North Sea: projects continue to move forward with a test site potentially to be created within five years
Full article: Recharge Wind
Green Deliriver: a new river-based urban logistics pilot project in Paris to meet the needs of e-commerce and the construction industry.
Full article: Voxlog
Study of port governance and the cruise sector: four standard models and an overall trend towards multi-party management of facilities
Full article: Port Economics
The EIB grants a 90 million euro loan to the Brittany region for the planned renewable marine energy terminal at the port of Brest
Full article: La Tribune
Future governance of the Antwerp / Zeebrugge port complex: all options still open for finding the right balance
Full article: Flows
Thessaloniki: for the port’s CEO, the relationship between City and Port is now a success, especially in terms of culture
Full article : ESPO