Last Thursday, I attended the North American Marine Environment Protection Association Conference in Deer Park, Texas, where largely industry professionals converged to discuss how industry can approach the regulatory changes they face, from a the 0.5% sulfur cap on fuels that is currently being rolled out to ballast water management to strategies for reducing emissions and dealing with
Posts tagged with: climate change
If we are going to act on climate change today, these four policy moves are a good place to start.
We join our board member Texas State Representative Jessica Farrar for the first meeting of this interim committee, which was formed to perpetuate the misguided “Texas vs. EPA” battle.
This author doesn’t have any solutions. Do you?