A representation of the Board of Directors of the Barcelona Nautical Cluster met with the President of the French Federation of Marinas and President of the Regional Union of Ports, Serge Pallarès in the Port of Barcelona.
On October 14, a meeting took place between the representatives of the Port of Barcelona, the Generalitat and the Barcelona Nautical Cluster, which served to bring positions closer and continue working with the essential aim of creating an axis of collaboration between the various ports in the Mediterranean basin. Climate change and the health of the Mediterranean Sea were the main topics of work.
The French Federation of Marinas is trying to position the ports and their territories as major socio-economic actors, and fully integrate them into the plans for maritime recovery and tourism recovery, in this post-pandemic stage. The Nautical Cluster is a magnificent ally in this task and was able to share mission and vision with the different attendees at the meeting.
The meeting revealed a commitment to continue working in the Union for the Mediterranean, a body that must work with goals to be achieved on the scale of the sea shared by the actors present at the meeting. Climate change and the adaptation of protection structures, the adaptation of services provided with new uses of accessibility to the sea, the change of port model, ports with a positive impact on the environment and the implementation of security devices, are the main lines of work to develop a program that respects the maritime space that the French and Catalan ports have in common.
In addition, on the 19th, the Director General of the Nautical Cluster met with the President of the French Maritime Cluster, Mr. Frédéric Moncany de Saint-Aignan to share the different strategies of the two institutions and address the program of work for the deployment of the blue economy in the Mediterranean basin. In this sense, the two leaders agreed on an agenda of meetings to be developed in the coming months in order to share projects and establish synergies between the two groups.
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