An Urbanicity Alert: AIVP World Conference 2018 Cities and Ports
The Next Generation of port cities : responding to human aspirations!

Dialogue between port and city is essential for solving the particular challenges facing port cities. Involving citizens in decision-making has become indispensable. As a player on the city side, we invite you to come and discuss with port authorities how to respond to human aspirations:

  • Why and how to combine residential property, public spaces and companies?
  • How to make my city greener and healthier?
  • How to attract and develop talent in my territory?
  • How to orient industry towards a carbon-free, circular economy?
  • Why build tomorrow's port city jointly with its citizens?

…All these questions will be at the heart of our discussions!

Find solutions by discussing the challenges shared by your opposite numbers and all stakeholders!

Discover the speakers
Regis Labeaume, Mayor of Quebec, Canada
Mario Girard, CEO, Port of Quebec, Canada
Lois Jackson, Mayor of the Corporation of Delta (Vancouver), Canada
Robin Silvester, President and CEO of Vancouver Fraser Port Authority, Canada
Gaetan Siew, Special Envoy UN-Habitat
Pino Musolino, President, Port of Venice, Italy
Fritz Ntone Ntone, Mayor of Douala (Cameroun)
Jill Valdes Horwood, Director of Policy, Boston Harbor Now, USA
Randy Hollingworth, Vice President, Director of Urban Design, Bermello Ajamil & Partners, Miami, USA
Mike Savage, Mayor of Halifax, Canada
Christine Cabau-Woehrel, CEO, Port of Marseilles, France
Bella Heule, Chief Marketing Officer, Port of San Diego, USA
Program and registrations here

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