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Ports: Sea, Air

UN Sustainable Development Goals

GOAL 9: Industry, Innovation and Infrastructure

Organizations relating to Ports: Sea, Air

Convention Concerning the Social Repercussions of New Methods of Cargo Handling in Docks / Est. 1973
Forum of European Regional Airports / Est. 2005
Coordination Committee of Northwestern Mediterranean Ports / Est. 1947
International Civil Airports Association / Est. 1962
Latin American Dredging Association
SEALINK / Est. 1992
Paris Memorandum of Understanding on Port State Control / Est. 1982
Airport Advertising International Association
Arab Sea Ports Federation / Est. 1976
Airport Regions Conference / Est. 1994
World Airport Technology / Est. 1973
Western European Airports Association / Est. 1966
US Atlantic and Gulf Ports/Eastern Mediterranean and North African Freight Conference / Est. 1985
Baltic Ports Organization / Est. 1991
International Network of Affiliated Ports
Multiport Ship Agencies Network / Est. 1978
International Waterfront Association
International Committee for the Victory of the Liverpool Dock Workers / Est. 1996
European Port Data Processing Association / Est. 1979
Western Dredging Association / Est. 1978
Convention Concerning Occupational Safety and Health in Dock Work / Est. 1979
ASEAN International Airports Association / Est. 1982
European Harbour Masters' Committee / Est. 1985
Protection Against Accidents / Dockers, 1932 / Est. 1932
Gulf Airport Services Association / Est. 1980

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World Problems relating to Ports: Sea, Air

From the Encyclopedia of World Problems and Human Potential

Aircraft noise
Threatened species of Heterodontidae
Birthmarks
Lack of airport and travel security
Environmental damage from air transport
Pollution by aircraft
Vulnerability of land-locked countries
Prohibitive cost of coastal protection against sea damage
Unsafe port facility
Threatened species of Ammopelmatus muwu
Underpricing of port services
Political interference with port operations
Inconsistent port charges
Inadequate port infrastructure
Port delays
Overcrowded port warehousing
Excessive costs of inefficient port cargo-handling
Prohibitive airport tax
Air traffic congestion
Natural hazards to aircraft
Undeveloped airstrip potential
Port congestion

Action Strategies relating to Ports: Sea, Air

From the Encyclopedia of World Problems and Human Potential

Reducing the environmental impacts of airports
Building airports
Extending operational airport hours
Developing ports
Developing seaports
Improving car ferry docks
Upgrading airports
Visiting ports
Standardizing port charges
Building sturdy trawler jetty
Providing adequate port and storage facilities for land-locked countries
Building all-weather docking facilities
Improving port facilities for land-locked countries
Protecting transport rights of land-locked countries
Establishing port facilities for collecting residues from ships
Improving-Impairing
Developing improved port security
Fostering international cooperation in civil aviation

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