Pacific Maritime Magazine Online for March 2, 2018


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There’s One Born Every Minute
By Chris Philips,
Managing Editor
Many in the maritime industry have been proactive in calling for the establishment of international standards controlling air emissions from ships. In 2007, the World Shipping Council supported the most stringent standards ever proposed for nitrogen oxides (NOx), sulfur oxides (SOx), and particulate matter (PM) emissions from ships. These standards are now in force and are projected to result in significant air quality improvements…
Friday, March 2, 2018


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Story1San Francisco Seeks Settlement with State

By Karen Robes Meeks

The city of San Francisco and the California State Lands Commission have reached a tentative settlement deal that would see the state drop its lawsuit over Proposition B and not challenge…(Read full article)

Story2Olympia Honors Native Leader

By Karen Robes Meeks

Olympia, Washington’s East Bay Trail and NorthPoint Park will be renamed in honor of the late Billy Frank Jr…(Read full article)

Story3Electric Trucks for Oakland
By Karen Robes Meeks

The Port of Oakland this month saw its first battery-powered truck come through its doors with the introduction of trucking operator GSC Logistics’ 10-ton rig, kicking off a three-year trial to demonstrate … (Read full article)

Story4Alaska Spill Unified Command Response
By Karen Robes Meeks

An oil spill, 49 miles north of Kodiak in Shuyak Strait, Alaska, earlier this week has prompted the US Coast Guard and Alaska Department of Environmental Conservation to set up a Unified Command response… (Read full article)

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