Towards sustainable port development

@inproceedings{Boerema2017TowardsSP,
  title={Towards sustainable port development},
  author={Annelies Boerema and Katrien Van der Biest and Patrick Meire},
  year={2017}
}
This article aims to contribute to the positive sustainability outcomes of port development projects by means of enhancing port activities (Prosperity) and benefiting the broader society (People) and the ecosystem (Planet). Many marine infrastructure works are taking place in environmentally sensitive areas. A more objective evaluation of the benefits and potential negative effects of port development for our Prosperity, People and Planet would assist with assessing the sustainability of a port… CONTINUE READING

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