The Port of Valparaiso during the Covid19 : Continue to make a positive contribution to the lives of all porteños
During the Covid19 pandemic, Port of Valparaíso has carried out several community support plans, in order to inform the population about health measures and to assist people in need. As one of Chile’s main ports, the Port of Valparaíso is preparing to play a key role in the economic recovery, being respectful of the sustainable development.
Considering the importance of ferry traffic in Helsinki, the port has been seriously impacted by the Covid19. Even though, some investments had to be postponed and events cancelled, the Port of Helsinki remains committed to a better Port City interaction. The priority has been keeping the citizens informed, and maintaining the strategical investments for sustainable development.
The Port of Trieste remains close to both adults and children, even if it is located in one of the most affected areas by the Covid-19. It has made significant efforts to protect employees, and has also set up online educational activities for children.
CCI Marseille Provence, Grand Port Maritime de Marseille and Aix-Marseille Université organised the first Smart Port Day on Thursday 4 July in Warehouse J1, an emblematic location for the City Port integration in full swing on the port of La Joliette. On this occasion, the 7 award-winners of the Smart Port Challenge, launched last year, presented the results of their work. The innovation and quality of the projects, carried out in partnership between Start-ups and established businesses, show the importance which must be given to human capital in contemporary City Port dynamics. .
Find in this anniversary issue: AIVP Agenda 2030 editorial Prospective news for the 30 years to come “AIVP DOC(k)”, a project de 10 documentary videos An interview of 6 delegates taking part to the Quebec Conference who were born in 1988 like AIVP 1988-2018: 16 World Conferences and 30 years of exchanges of experiences AIVP Presidents A quizz! Find who is who!
This issue #110 of May 2018 exceptionally focuses on the 16th World Conference Cities and Ports of Quebec. You will find:The focus on “The metamorphosis of port cities into world cities”, an article by Gaetan Siew, Keynote speaker for the Conference; A selection of the AIVP’s news; A page dedicated to the article “Port of Quebec: building for the future with citizens”; And news of the AIVP’s network.
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In this issue of february 2018, you will find the focus on the AAPA statement in response to President Trump's speech, a selection of the AIVP's news, the interview Strasbourg: restoring the Port to the heart of the city, of Emilie Gravier, Director of Port Development & Promotion, Port Autonome de Strasbourg and news of the AIVP's network.