Bring the public to the port party

Vancouver integrated recreational space into its New Brighton Park Shoreline Habitat Restoration Project. Credit: Port of Vancouver

COMMENT: At the AIVP Global Port-City Conference in Québec in June, video interviews with locals and schoolchildren about their perceptions of ports revealed that they knew little of what goes on in them. Many sought better access, some wanted to go swimming in the port, while forward-thinkers spoke of future ...

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