Green Supply Chain

Commentary

The California Air Resources Board without public notice adopted a resolution that could undermine the competitiveness of California's ports.

News & Analysis

14 Aug 2017
The rule would reduce emissions that contribute to global warming, which threatens the long-term viability of international supply chains.
03 Aug 2017
Los Angeles, Long Beach, and Oakland may be able to meet regulatory goals for zero-emission cargo-handling equipment at a fraction of the cost initially forecast.
19 Jul 2017
Clean-air update would result in estimated $7 billion to $14 billion in extra costs in Los Angeles-Long Beach while expanding even further the ports' leading emissions reductions among US ports.
29 Jun 2017
A coalition of groups is calling on the Port of New York and New Jersey to revive a plan to ban all trucks with engines from 2007 or older from the port, expressing health concerns.
14 Jun 2017
The Southern California mayors emphasized that their ports will remain competitive.
09 Jun 2017
The fuel does not require any modification to vessels and emits 25 percent less carbon dioxide (CO2) than standard marine fuel.
08 Jun 2017
As companies institute sustainability goals to woo investors and consumers, the shipping industry is becoming more transparent about its carbon emissions.
28 Mar 2017
Ships calling Yokohama can stack various incentive schemes to get discounts of up to 100 percent on port dues.
21 Mar 2017
El Coqui slid into the water Monday.
21 Feb 2017
An innovative shipping network reduces trucking costs and carbon output for the third-largest US importer.