This network unites cultural and educational establishments from Ljubljana, Parnu, Oporto, Prague and Venice to share their experiences and good practices in waterfront regeneration. The presentations made at the working meetings are available on line, including those of the latest seminar held recently in Bratislava.
Financed by the European Union, the object of the Artemis project is the creation of an intelligent logistics platform. It is based on an evaluation of 300 rail, maritime or river terminals, and will identify the best transport alternatives by assessing the criteria of cost, time and CO2 emissions in conjunction.
After three years of cooperation through the Climeport project, six Mediterranean ports have drawn up a methodology to evaluate their environmental impact. The project also enabled them to inventory the good practices permitting their contribution to climate change to be reduced. Two tools applicable in numerous other ports
The Mediterranean has been vital for European trade for a long time before the lines switched to the ports of the North. If these ports, from Hamburg to Le Havre, continue to dominate, a rebalancing has been started over the last fifteen years. The positioning as gateway for East and Central Europe, the numerous Mediterranean transhipment hubs opening towards the coastal countries are advantages. Industrial delocalisation to Eastern Europe could also have an impact. Partial panorama
Journal de la marine marchande