Portopia aims at creating an integrated knowledge base and management system of port performance to serve the industry’s stakeholders in improving the sustainability and competitiveness of the European Port System.
Portopia has two main objectives: to support the European Port Industry with meaningful performance data to increase individual port and port transport system performance, and to support policy formulation and monitor policy implementation. (more…)
A representative of the Project Nereidas is today at the conference “Blue Economy Day” in the port of Augusta, organised by the Italian Presidency and European Commission (with the support of the Port Authority of Augusta and the Italian Navy).
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Nereidas Project was present on 22nd October at WiderMoS Event in Brussels!
Read more about the event here!
The intensification of maritime traffic, both in terms of goods and passengers, needs to be accompanied by an environmentally sustainable management of port areas so to reduce harmful consequences for local populations. MESP addresses the reduction of water, air and noise pollution deriving from port activities through the implementation of a multidisciplinary approach, which encompasses technological, regulatory and administrative solutions.
Jaime Bustillo Gàlvez was interviewed about Nereidas project during the “2nd MedPorts 2014″, in Marrakech on 23-24 April.