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Una buona vivibilità come priorità delle città portuali

Migliorare la qualità della vita delle popolazioni nelle città portuali e preservare la loro salute
  1. Permette la misurazione indipendente e trasparente della qualità dell’aria, della qualità dell’acqua, dei livelli sonori e dell’inquinamento luminoso nel territorio della Città Porto.

  2. Ottimizzare l’uso e la gestione di acqua dolce e marina nei porti

  3. Promuovere e sostenere lo sviluppo di strutture portuali più ecologiche.

  4. Introdurre una politica commerciale per premiare le navi più ecologiche e imporre la navigazione a bassa velocità all’approccio alle città portuali.

  5. Regolare le scale delle navi da crociera in base alla capacità della città portuale di riceverle, senza compromettere l’equilibrio e l’attrattiva del territorio.

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Buenos Aires [Argentina]

The port of Buenos Aires has developed several programs and certificates to encourage a proactive environmental behavior in port companies and vessels calling at their harbor. One example is the program for residues management, to promote an efficient use of materials, promote reuse and reduce toxic garbage. Another example is the energy efficiency program offering discounts to green vessels, with positive scores in the Environmental Shipping Index. Until 2019, 296 ships have already benefited from this incentives. This initiative has been also implemented in other ports worldwide. 

+ info - Residues Management Program - Energy Efficiency Program

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San Antonio [Chile]

The port of San Antonio has published several documents focused on sustainable planning including the Relationship plan with opinion leaders, the integration of the Communications Plan, the Port City Plan, the Sustainability Plan and the Sustainability Report. Concerning sustainable development, one of the key goals is the implementation of the Deal for Clean Production (APL) with the Logistic Community of San Antonio (COLSA), including 16 companies. This deal was initially developed by the national government and later translated in different sectors at a local scale, with the goal of developing sustainable and environmentally friendly terminals and socially valuable activities. One example of these actions are the garbage and debris cleaning actions in the areas of Paseo Bellamar or Maipo river mouth, key areas for the citizens and the local ecosystem. In these actions, the port collected more ton 35 tons of waste in the first five months of 2019, while also engaging with young students to increase their awareness towards these issues.

+ info - Information about the general framework of APL

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