New port-city road map for Valparaíso (Chile)
The first cycle of “Valparaíso Dialoga”, the dialogue process promoted by the port authority Empresa […]
Talcahuano (Chile): how City Port cooperation also served for reconstruction
In this interview we will focus on the subject of governance, particularly in the Chilean context, and on the legislation that created the “Port-City Councils”. There have been many innovations in Talcahuano, and other Chilean port cities, that could be of interest to our members, including the functioning of the Talcahuano Logistics Community (Comlog). Interview with Rodrigo MONSALVE RIQUELME, General Manager and Guacolda VARGAS CRUZ, Director for Development and Sustainability. The EMPRESA PORTUARIA TALCAHUANO SAN VICENTE is a member of AIVP since 2016.
Online Associate Degree in Port City Sustainability
The Energy Transition, sustainable mobility, protecting biodiversity, human capital development, climate change adaptation, these some […]
Renewing and measuring the effectiveness of governance
Port city governance is complex and even open to interpretation. Each country has its own […]
Valparaíso (Chile): involving the citizens in the development of the port
Valparaiso is one of the best-known cities in Chile, for its history, its heritage buildings, […]
San Antonio Port: Incentivising Port-City Integration through Citizen Participation
The Port of San Antonio aims not only to increase the volume of goods handled but also to ensure the development of human capital, essential criteria for ensuring competitiveness. The port also seeks to strengthen the link with the community and to promote the Port City integration through citizen participation. The extensive participation program regarding the modification of the Urban Development Plan is a perfect example.
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