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PORTUS Port-City Relationship and Urban Waterfront Redevelopment

LAST UPDATE, June 23, 2019

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May 2019
Year XIX

ISSN 2282-5789

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BOOK REVIEW: Sustainable Port Clusters and Economic Development

This book addresses the strategic alignment between port authorities and their supply chain partners, with a focus on governance challenges. Many port (authority) managers are engaged in efforts to improve their strategic alignment with business partners in their … More


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BOOK REVIEW: Urban Ports and Harbor Management Responding to Change along U.S. Waterfronts

The essays in this book, first published in 1988, explore the changes that have occurred in the modern harbour in the 1970s and 1980s and the many roles of the public port in stimulating or responding to these … More


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BOOK REVIEW: Sustainable Coastal Design and Planning

As different parts of the globe deal with the challenges of coastal settlements in the Anthropcene landscape of increasing uncertainty, the methods of design offer new strategies for developing and testing solutions. These complex problems require collaboration across … More


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Maritime Networks and connectivity in the Mediterranean

Theater for millennia of one of the most fruitful areas in the world for trade and exchange, the Mediterranean, “sea between the lands”, as its etymology indicates, owes its fortune to a transport network that connects the cities … More


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Ocean Space, a home for the oceans in Venice

The project is called “Ocean Space”. After two years of major restoration and renovation work, the historic church of San Lorenzo in Venice reopens and becomes the “home of the oceans” of the Thyssen-Bornemisza Foundation, an academy so … More


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The beautiful Yvonne of Louisiana

It’s a warm summer night, the moon is shining and her light beams glitter on the surface of the freshwater of a bay of the Mississippi delta, thus framing warm and spicy crustaceans. This is the perfect scenario … More


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Heritage Walks as a tool for promoting the value of the cultural heritage for the society

Promoted by the Council of Europe in 2005, the Framework Convention on the Value of Cultural Heritage for Society, which is called the Faro Convention by the Portuguese city where Member States met for the opening signature, starts … More


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Chronia in Canary Islands

Chronia travels around the earth between time and space. She jumps from north to south, from east to west, from nowhere to everywhere, searching places, people and cultures on the coasts and bays of this world.

 

 

 

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La multidimensión geopolítica y urbana de Latinoamérica y el Caribe

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Quepos: the pier and the city

It is night and it is hot, even the sea breeze feels hot.

 

I’m sitting on the dock in Quepos, thinking about the history of this infrastructure and the changes that are announced. … More


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Terminales de Contenedores

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01 Introduction | Europe

A special issue of PORTUS Report Preservation and reuse of port heritage First part: Europe

In many of the seminars of RETE and in different workshops and congress hold the last years, the theme of the preservation of port heritage appears very frequently. It is a subject of study and of permanent interest … More


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02 | Eastern Mediterranean

Heritage and ports in eastern Mediterranean coastal cities

This article is an introduction to the heritage topic in the Eastern Mediterranean ports. It is an opportunity for a general reflection to overview the main topics and circumstances that are converging on these ports and especially the … More


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03 | Eastern Mediterranean

Port Said, as paradigm of potentials for recovering Port heritages alongside Suez Canal

The relation between ports and cities has been studied from so many perspectives and going through a lot of phases i.e., discovery, interdependency, and spatial and strategic separation, this was due to the fact that the role of … More


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, 04 | Eastern Mediterranean

Port heritages and cities in Turkish coastlines

The location of coastal settlements had been advantageous for the transferring of goods from one place to another throughout the history. The interaction between different cultures and growing trade as well as the improvements in transportation technology and … More


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06 | France

Bordeaux: les quais

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05 Introduction | France

Reconversion d’espaces portuaires en France

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08 Introduction | Germany

Preservation and Reuse of the Port Heritage in Germany

German ports such as Hamburg, Bremen, Lübeck, Kiel and Rostock have a long history, which is reflected in maritime traditions, heritage and many historic buildings. The later newly established seaward upstream ports such as Wilhelmshaven, Bremerhaven and Cuxhaven … More


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07 | France

Marseille: Euroméditerranée

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10 | Germany

Between industrial wasteland and touristic destination. The handling of old harbors on the example of Bremerhaven

Harbors like all other human constructions are subject of constant renovation. The pressure laid on them is remarkable high as it is for the most infrastructural building. Especially in times of ongoing globalization harbors have a key role, … More


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