House Ways and Means Subcommittee on Oversight Chairman Charles Boustany, Jr, MD (R-LA) and Subcommittee on Select Revenue Measures Chairman Pat Tiberi (R-OH) today announced the Subcommittees will hold a hearing on harbor maintenance funding and maritime tax issues. Submit comments for the hearing record.
Press Release Re: Mid Year Tonnage & Vessel Report Cargo tonnage at the Port of Redwood City for all commodities during the first half of fiscal year 2011-2012 was 608,750 metric tons (MT), an increase of 197,297 MT, or nearly 48 percent higher than the first half of FY11. Imported sand and aggregates accounted for […]
CA Water Board Notice of Public Hearing for: PROPOSED AMENDMENT TO THE CALIFORNIA OCEAN PLAN REGARDING DESIGNATING STATE WATER QUALITY PROTECTION AREAS TO PROTECT MARINE PROTECTED AREAS Comment Deadline is March 15, 2012 by 12 noon
PORT OF OAKLAND HEADQUARTERS AWARDED FIFTH CONSECUTIVE ENERGY STAR LABEL U.S. EPA and Department of Energy certify Port headquarters for energy efficiency Oakland, CA.—March, 2011—The Port of Oakland headquarters located at 530 Water Street earns the Energy Star label from the United States Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) and the United States Department of Energy for […]
On April 14th leaders from business, government and citizen organizations, will meet at the 23rd Annual San Francisco Bay Decisionmakers Conference to address the challenges that carbon management and sea level changes pose for the future of the San Francisco Bay. Hosted by the Bay Planning Coalition, the San Francisco Bay Decisionmakers Conference is unlike any other climate conference – with an interactive approach…..
San Francisco –April 9, 2010 – Announcing Speakers for the 23rd Annual San Francisco Bay Decisionmakers Conference April 14, 2010
San Francisco –March 29, 2010 – How do you plan for pending sea-level change when there is uncertainty on what the ultimate impact will be? While the science of climate change is evolving, policies for future shore-line development, recreation uses and environmental resources are being considered now, and these polices will inevitably change the character of the San Francisco Bay area.
San Francisco –March 15, 2010 – On April 14th leaders from business, government and citizen organizations will meet at the 23rd Annual San Francisco Bay Decisionmakers Conference to discuss the challenges that carbon management and sea level change pose for the future of the San Francisco Bay.