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Sustainable port-city relationship are increasingly gaining attention in the media. In this section we will keep up to date of the relevant news for the AIVP Agenda 2030 and the most recent information affecting the development of the different goals. The AIVP team is constantly screening the different media sources, curating the information to select the most relevant one for port city stakeholders. Here you can also find information from different platforms and how they frame the AIVP Agenda 2030.  

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AIVP agenda 2030 available in ITALIAN
Agenda AIVP 2030 disponibile in ITALIANO

L'AIVP ha deciso di tradurre l'Agenda 2030 in italiano per facilitare il dialogo con i partner locali. Il download è disponibile al seguente link.

AIVP agenda 2030 available in portuguese
Agenda aivp 2030 disponível em português

A AIVP decidiu traduzir a Agenda 2030 para português com o objetivo de facilitar o diálogo com os parceiros locais nos países de língua portuguesa. O download esta disponível no link em baixo.

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AIVP Days conference report Building the City Port of 2030!

You can now download the proceedings and conference report of the AIVP Days conference that took place last June in Riga Latvia. During the conference experts and port city actors from all over the world discussed the ten goals of the AIVP Agenda 2030. Find out what were the main ideas and conclusions!

The AIVP Agenda 2030: an international press coverage

In Riga (Latvia), on 7 th June 2019, 50 AIVP members have ratified the 10 commitments that form the AIVP Agenda 2030, which will help decision-makers and elected representatives from our cities to act for more sustainable and responsible development. 

ratification of the AIVP Agenda 2030 – Press Release

Riga, 7 June 2019 - The Worldwide Network of Port Cities (AIVP), which brings together 1,900 people from the private and public sectors across all continents, has signed the 10 commitments that make up its 2030 Agenda. As the only international network working on urban and economic development and reducing the environmental impact of port cities, AIVP will thus contribute to the UN's Sustainable Development Goals.

"To have a good city-port dialogue, the citizen needs to be well informed"

In an interview with PortalPortuario.cl, Olivier Lemaire, general director of the AIVP, said that "in Riga we are going to present the New Agenda 2030 of the AIVP that was presented at the conference in Quebec, for which - on this occasion - we are going to show the new signed version, so the entire conference will revolve around the themes of this agenda.”


The organisation behind an ambitious global initiative to implement major environmental changes to achieve sustainability in port cities by 2030 faces one of its biggest challenges this year in co-ordinating how its many diverse participants can achieve change.