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PORTUS Port-City Relationship and Urban Waterfront Redevelopment

LAST UPDATE, July 14, 2021


October 2015
Year XV

ISSN 2282-5789

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Limón and the hope in ports

The city of Limon is subject to various interpretations: a natural paradise made up of green and blue landscapes; abundant wildlife; a leader of the Afro-Caribbean culture, with its lush food and music of calypso and reggae roots … More

PORTUS 30 - October 2015

Ciudades emergentes y sostenibles

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PORTUS 30 - October 2015

Greening port-cities: the need for collaboration

The title gives away the suspense. I want it to be clear from the outset where I am heading: greening ports and their cities can only succeed if cities and ports work on this together. Put differently: I … More

PORTUS 30 - October 2015

Professional and Academic Conferences on Port Cities: Connecting Past, Present, and Future

In cities with and without major ports, from Hamburg to Lisbon, from Paris to Barcelona, from Berlin to Los Angeles, from Barranquilla to Havana, from Durban to Dublin, port professionals and scholars from multiple disciplines have gathered to … More

PORTUS 30 - October 2015