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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Long Beach (USA): two terminals in one!

Work on the Middle Harbor Redevelopment Project started in the Spring of 2011, and was […]

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Los Angeles (USA): a heritage action plan updated every five years

In May 2013, the port of Los Angeles adopted an action plan for its heritage. […]

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Istanbul (Turkey): cruise activity heads downstairs

Dror + Gensler was selected for the master plan for Galaport, an 11 hectare site […]

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Lorient (France): a submarine base for offshoring racing

Over the last fifteen years or so, Lorient has seen far-reaching changes to its maritime […]

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Rouen (France) modernity reflected by the impressionists and the port’s history

Designed by architect Jacques Ferrier, the new headquarters of Métropole Rouen Normandie opened in summer […]

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In Marseilles (France) port infrastructures are used to improve the marine environment

The Grand Port Maritime de Marseille (GPMM), commonly known as the Port of Marseille Fos, […]

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Barcelona (Spain): a concerted sustainable development plan

In 2016, the Port of Barcelona began work on a sectorial Sustainable Development Plan, in […]

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Port of San Diego (USA): inoovative tide pools

Sea Level Rise Vulnerability Assessment and Coastal Resiliency Report. Besides assessing the impact of sea […]

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Rotterdam (Netherlands): 250 sensors for a safer port

The (W)E-nose network currently was initially relying on close to 100 electronic sensors, used to […]