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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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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Oakland (USA): military and railroad facilities recycled for port activities

Until a few years ago, the Port of Oakland had 12 modestly-sized container terminals, originally […]

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Strasbourg (France): ever more synergies for businesses in the port community

An industrial ecology project involving 15 businesses in the port zone was launched in September […]

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Bremen (Germany): Info Center and “Time Machine” for Uberseestadt’s developments

The masterplan for Uberseestadt and the redevelopment of 300 hectares planned for 2025 was completed […]

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Hong Kong (China): a festival of theatre

In Hong Kong, an 850-seat theatre made of bamboo was built in 2014 at Victoria […]

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Tallinn (Estonia): e-Noses, a permanent monitoring and alert system

In 2016, the port of Tallinn installed a network of 20 sensors known as “e-Noses” […]

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Bellingham (USA, WA): an educational heritage trail

The Port and the City of Bellingham are in partnership to develop a heritage trail. […]

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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 […]

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Cape Town (South Africa): a hotel and contemporary African art for the grain silo

How to turn a grain silo into a museum? The challenge was to take a […]

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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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The Port of Guadeloupe (France) is protecting the coastal ecosystems

The Grand Port Maritime of Guadeloupe started the environmental Plan Cáyoli in 2016, planned over […]