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The Port of Oakland’s Pathway to Zero Emissions

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Author(s): Diane Heinze, Environmental Supervisor, Port of Oakland

The Port of Oakland strives for the cleanest operations to support the right to clean air for its workers and neighboring community.

In June 2019, the Board of Port Commissioners approved the “Seaport Air Quality 2020 and Beyond Plan: The Pathway to Zero Emissions” (Plan) to minimize diesel particulate matter and greenhouse gas emissions. The Port is a landlord port and does not own or operate equipment including trucks, cargo handling equipment, ships or locomotives.

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A Sustainable Future

PTI Edition 93 • Digital Only
Port Technology International’s first e-Journal of 2020 explores the topic of sustainability in ports. Climate change is set to be a defining topic for the 2020s as awareness of its real-time impact is increasing.

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