Emissions update on America’s Port

  Image from PortofLosAngeles.org America’s Port, aka the Port of Los Angeles, is making headway on its quest to significantly lower emissions and improve air quality.  This is even despite it being one of the largest U.S. Harbors, handling more cargo and international shipments in just a few weeks than most North American harbors do in a whole year.  Last year I […]

Saving The Whales

Last month Japan set out on its biggest whale hunt yet, with more than 1,000 whales targeted for slaughter – all in the name of science.  Japan’s whaling in the southern ocean will see up to 935 minke whales, 50 endangered fin whales and 50 humpback whales killed.  In this article from The Age, Australia […]

Shipping Pollution Dangerous To Health

Not too many people catch a ship to work or sit in a congested shipping lane during peak hour, sucking in all the fumes through their air conditioning. So when most people think of fuel fumes, they think of all pollution oozing out of the millions of cars, trucks and buses on the roads. An […]