The Lion’s routes
"Le rotte del Leone - Studi, ricerche e progetti dell'Autorità Portuale di Venezia" (“The Lion’s routes – Venice Port Authority’s studies, researches and projects” is the title of a series published by Venice Port Authority and the publisher Marsilio. The collection gets its name from Venice’s maritime heritage (the Lion is the symbol representing Venice).
Venice from the sea
The second book in the series, edited by Gabriella Chiellino, Francesco di Cesare and Caterina Frisone, is about the delicate relations between Venice and the cruise ships.
Leading experts explore environmental, economical and technical issues, discussing opportunities and challenges concerning the cruise industry in Venice.
From competition within ports to competition between ports
This is a collection of essays edited by Paolo Costa and Marco Casagrande.
The book shows how fragmented responsibility on maritime and port activities is, today, among the main causes of Italian ports’ reduced competitiveness, compared to major European ports.
Other studies and researches
Safety in a liberalized market for marine services
The pubblication contains the reports of the international conference "Safety in a liberalized market for marine services" held on 2/03/2012 within the project MEMO (Mediterranean Electronic Marine Highway Observatory). The pubblication has been co-financed by the European Transnational Cooperation Programme MED, within the project MEMO.
Intercontinental freight transport impact - Models for measuring consequences and choices
Through the study of transport and environmental efficiency to identify some of the main European port systems, the authors drew isochrone, isoergon and isocarbon curves for maritime-rail intermodality defining the most efficient and sustainable multimodal routes..
Venice Port Authority Business Case - New EU Freight Corridors in the area of the Central Europe
The results of this study show how Mediterranean ports offer better energy, lead-time and GHG emissions performances than Northern European ports, and how North Adriatic ports are best positioned to serve destinations in Central and Eastern Europe.
To promote the port to the different concerned publics (such as maritime lines, forwarders and manufacturers) and to diffuse among the citizens the knowledge about the actions taken and the opportunities offered by the port, Venice Port Authority prepared some promotional brochures.
Where the Earth revolves around the Sea
The booklet illustrates the Port of Venice, the advantages related to its geographic and infrastructural location, the services offered by its terminals and the results attained by the cargo and passenger ports, with a description of some ambitious development projects.
The brochure describes Venice Port’s environmental initiatives to protect air, water and soil, and also the port’s investments in energy saving and towards the use of renewable generating power.
The Port of Venice in figures
This small book briefly presents the port through some most significant figures (2010 throughput, total area, green logistics and development projects).