VIU_TeDIS is one of the partners of the project “Sustainable Ports in the Adriatic-Ionian Region” (SUPAIR) cofinanced by the Adriatic-Ionian Programme INTERREG V-B Transnational 2014-2020.
Program priority: Connected Region
Program specific objective: Enhance capacity for integrated transport and mobility services and multimodality in the Adriatic-Ionian area.
Ports are core nodes for multimodal transport in the Adriatic-Ionian basin and strategic key drivers for economic growth: reducing negative environmental impacts is essential for a sustainable development of the area.
SUPAIR responds to this major challenge; it tackles reduction of emissions from shipping and on-shore port operations with an integrated approach, enhancing port authorities’ capacity to plan and implement low-carbon and multimodal transport and mobility solutions and further empowering the main political, technical, trade stakeholders and partners in related decision-making.
- establishes a TRANSNATIONAL NETWORK of port authorities, technical organizations, relevant actors to jointly elaborate the project’s durable and transferable methodology;
- develops operational ACTION PLANS complete with technical and feasibility studies in the 7 partner ports;
- implements dedicated actions and produces a TRANSNATIONAL STRATEGY for port-based low-carbon transport systems to increase the network, disseminate, enhance and widen scope, methodology and results.
The transnational development and implementation of methodology and actions insisting on a broad range of fields, with an innovative territory-based approach, involving port authorities, technical partners, stakeholders and institutional actors guarantee quality, durability and transferability.
SUPAIR’s impacts are short-term and mid- to long-term plans implemented and financed, new actions undertaken following the established methodology by an enhanced and widened network of ports. Benefits for the involved territories embrace enhanced technical capacity for ports, increased empowerment of relevant local organizations and
institutions, improved environmental quality and attractiveness, increased investments in low-carbon and environment-friendly port transport and mobility solutions.
Area di ricerca scientifica e tecnologica di Trieste
Venice International University, Port Authorities of Trieste and Venezia (Italy), namely: Port Network Authority of the Eastern Adriatic Sea and North Adriatic Sea Port Authority; Centre for Research and Technologies of Hellas (CERTH), Port Authorities of Pireo and Thessaloniki (Greece); Logistics Port System of Capodistria, Luka Koper (Slovenia); Port Authority of Durres (Albania); Port Authority of Bar (Crna Gora_Montenegro).
24 months from January 2018
Deliverable title: Guidelines for Sustainable and Low-carbon Ports.
The Guidelines present the common transnational methodology and the outcomes of focus group sessions. They outline sustainable ports as a strategic objective and address stakeholders’ involvement, public procurement and integrated planning processes.
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