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PORTUS Port-City Relationship and Urban Waterfront Redevelopment

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October 2020
Year XX

ISSN 2282-5789

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Port-city scenarios during and after the Covid-19
Introduction

Scenari delle città portuali durante e dopo il COVID-19

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PORTUS 40 - October 2020

Rethinking city-port governance in the times of Covid-19 pandemic: Livorno Municipality response to the crisis

The Covid-19 crisis changed the face of many cities and questioned how to manage urban life and socio-economic problems in the wake of a pandemic. Within the port cities the social and economic impact of Coronavirus hit seriously … More


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Latinoamerica y el Caribe. Llegan epocas de acelerar el futuro

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Effects of COVID-19 on city and port plans. Valencia

Protecting people’s lives against life-threatening COVID 19 disease has changed everything in our days all over the world. Patterns of life, including working conditions, self isolation and lockdown and many of the established restrictions have changed our lives. … More


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El rol de las Autoridades Portuarias en la gestión de la pandemia en España

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Panama Canal / COVID-19: economical dynamics and regional impact

Adam Smith understood that, somewhere in Central America, there should be a passage linking the Atlantic and Pacific oceans. Humboldt, Goethe and Eckermann spoke of the Panama Canal, before it existed. But two hundred years earlier, Carlos I … More


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Large Scale Territories, the Port-City of Santos and the Accelerators of the Future

According to the WHO Coronavirus Disease (COVID-19) Dashboard, updated on September 4, 2020, the world had 26,121,999 confirmed cases, and 864,618 deaths. The following table shows the situation by country.

 

 

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Proteccionismo vs Globalización. Apertura hacia las asociaciones regionales

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Port Futures in Postnormal Time(s)

“Any useful idea about the futures should appear to be ridiculous” (Datour, 1996). In one of his three axioms, Futurist Jim Datour establishes criteria for how the process of future visioning must be ongoing and changing, with feedback … More


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Port Cities and Crisis: Reflections on What Covid-19 Revealed

It is a commonplace to say that crisis reveal latent strengths and weaknesses. When the COVID-19 epidemic of 2020 hit, economies had barely returned to their pre-2008 level, meaning a net loss of several years of growth. Shipping … More


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The integrated and intermodal node in a post pandemic scenario

In a world economy that has changed the configuration model from inner clusters to open global networks, also the role and the way of functioning of the nodes for transport and logistics must be considered in a different … More


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Challenges for city development and port activities after COVID-19: the Case of Montevideo

Montevideo is located on the River Plate, the river mouth of the 3440 km long Paraná Paraguay Waterway. The River Plate is the gate to the heart of Brazil, Bolivia, Paraguay and the richest provinces of Argentina. This … More


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Ciudades Portuarias y COVID 19 en Latinoamérica

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PORTUS 40 - October 2020