"Ports Nautisme et Littoral", Mediterranean symposium in 2019

Marina Tino Rossi Ajaccio

The national meetings "Ports, Nautical and Coastal" are anchored in Ajaccio for their 12th edition, on 27 and 28 March 2019. 2 days devoted to conferences, workshops and meetings between professionals from the world of ports and coastal management.

Corsican edition for Ports, Nautical and Coastal

The "Ports, Nautical and Coastal" Meetings alternate: one year in the Atlantic, the next in the Mediterranean. 2018 was placed under the Breton flag at the Quartz de Brest, 2019 will be under the Corsican banner, in Ajaccio which will welcome professionals from the ports and yachting industry. This annual conference was held in 2006. It brings together private and public actors from the port world to discuss the changes in the sector. The 2019 edition is dedicated to Europe and the Mediterranean with the launch of the Qualiporti project, led by the City of Ajaccio as part of the European INTERREG Italy-France Marittimo Programme 2014 - 2020.

Dealing with the different aspects of the port world

The workshops and conferences proposed to the elected representatives and participating professionals are structured around three routes, Port, Nautical and Coastal. The opening plenary session will be entitled: "European strategies and programmes: what place is given to sustainable blue growth today and tomorrow?" and the closing session "The port of tomorrow: what adaptation to the challenges of climate change? The various workshops will focus on subjects as varied as dredging and the circular economy, reconciling the reception of large yachts with respect for the environment, the management of port waste or the eco-design of maritime works.

About thirty exhibitors will present their activities and products related to the port world.

A visit of the Tino Rossi port by hybrid boat is proposed at the end of the conference.

The detailed programme of the meetings is available online at: https://www.idealconnaissances.com/rencontres-ports

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