10 commitments for a sustainable action

Why this agenda ?

The AIVP Agenda 2030 includes 10 goals indicating the main challenges for sustainable port cities, and 46 measures for action. Each one of AIVP’s 10 goals connect to several UN SDGs, responding to the holistic approach we need for sustainable development.

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Our aim is to inspire port and city actors to act following the AIVP Agenda 2030, maximizing the investment and resources.

10 goals related to the 17 UN Sustainable Development Goals

1

No poverty

2

Zero hunger

3

Good health and well-being

4

Quality education

5

Gender equality

6

Clean water and sanitation

7

Affordable and clean energy

8

Decent work and economic growth

9

Industry, innovation and infrastructure

10

Reduced inequality

11

Sustainable cities and communities

12

Responsible consumption and production

13

Climate action

14

Life below water

15

Life on land

16

Peace, justice and strong education

17

Partnerships for the goals

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Malaga (Spain): links are being restored between the city centre and the port

The special Port plan adopted in 1998 made reconciling the city and port its key […]

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Marseilles (France): a landscaped boulevard for the entire waterfront

The demolition of a highway overpass which separated the Joliette Docks from their maritime façade, […]

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Water from the Bay for the Exploratorium in San Francisco (USA)

The process of renovating and refurbishing San Francisco’s built heritage began hesitantly in the 1960s. […]

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A multi-faceted co-existence strategy for the port of Fremantle (Australia)

Fremantle is located at the mouth of the Swan River, around twenty kilometres from Perth. […]

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Brisbane (Australia): floating terminals for public transport

In 2011, extensive flooding caused serious damage to Brisbane’s 25 river terminals. Seven of the […]

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Valence (Spain): cooperation to boost eco-efficiency and cut the carbon footprint

The environment and eco-efficiency have been central to the Port of Valencia’s development strategy for […]

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Oslo (Norway) parks between city and port

“Sydhavna” is the main industrial port of Oslo. It is located just south of the […]

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Lorient (France): all stakeholders committed to the Port Center

In Lorient, the Science and Maritime Centre (Espace des Sciences / Maison de la mer) […]

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Koper (Slovenia): “no waste, just resources”, waste to fight dust

The economic growth of the port of Koper has made environmental issues a key focus […]

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Fremantle (Australia): steering committee and dedicated website for a dynamic City Port project

In November 2018, the Transport Minister approved plans to set up a steering group for […]

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Bremerhaven (Germany): fishing and renewable energy are two fast-growing clusters

The ports of Bremen/Bremerhaven are among the world’s largest container ports. However, Bremerhaven is also […]