Source: Container News
Date: 23rd October 2023
Port of Oakland leaders joined the Port Decarbonisation & Green Shipping Corridor Symposium in order to discuss the important work being done to reduce greenhouse gas footprints globally and locally.
Port of Oakland executive director addressed port industry colleagues on the latest projects being implemented at Oakland to significantly cut carbon emissions from port and maritime shipping operations.
California State Transportation Agency (CalSTA) and the Japanese Ministry of Land, Infrastructure, Transport, and Tourism (the Ministry) convened the Symposium in Los Angeles.
One part of the event included the signing of an MOU (Memorandum of Understanding) to accelerate decarbonisation of the supply chain between Oakland and Japanese ports.
The Green Shipping Corridor MOU was signed on 19 October by officials from the ports of Oakland and Yokohama.
Port of Oakland executive director said there is a wide range of strategies that are being deployed and studied in Oakland to reduce harmful emissions locally.