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14 juillet 2021

 
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Weekly Features

 
Port-City instawalk, an educator’s approach on port-city relationships
 
Culture and identity
 
Port-City instawalk, an educator’s approach on port-city relationships
 
“Green is the new black”: going green to weather the economic crisis
“Green is the new black”: going green to weather the economic crisis

Recovery plans are springing up in every part of the world. Port cities are often central to these major stimulus packages. Europe has targeted green growth as strategically important, with the “Next Generation EU” plan bearing its first fruits in the shape of the Horizon programme and initiatives by DG Move. For Haropa (France), 71 million euros will be invested in both biodiversity and offshore wind.  There are green shoots in Northern Europe too, with plans for a 10 GW offshore wind hub off the coast of Jutland (Denmark). Asia is also at the forefront. Taichung (Taiwan) will be at the heart of a 5.7 GW complex. Wind farms are also growing in Sinan (South Korea) and Guangdong (People’s Republic of China). The coastal regions of the South China Sea are especially well advanced in this area.

 
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Lien   China Dialogue
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AIVP News

 
AIVP 2030 Agenda – New examples
AIVP 2030 Agenda – New examples

10 new examples of good practice have been added to illustrate each of the 10 […]

 
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West Africa: port cities could become transformation hubs to bounce back from the economic and environmental crises
West Africa: port cities could become transformation hubs to bounce back from the economic and environmental crises

[xyz-ihs snippet=”Objectifs-Agenda-2030″] Sub-Saharan African will end 2020 in recession with its GDP having shrunk by […]

 
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At a Glance

 
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