Emissions regulations could see California’s ports lose business

The development of environmental regulations needs to be balanced with accommodating trade and jobs, the president of Pacific Merchant Shipping Association has said.

In an editorial published on JOC.com, John McLaurin said that marine terminal operators and ocean carriers have recognised a conflict between state regulations to achieve zero emissions in California and business which could result in a damaging situation where ports become hostile to international trade. Read more

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