Former EPA Administrator Christine Todd Whitman explains in an Earth Day interview how the freight industry can embrace a more environmentally friendly future.
The ports of Los Angeles and Long Beach began charging diesel-powered drayage trucks $10 per unit entering and leaving the ports
“Today, no area on the planet is left untouched by plastic pollution, from deep-sea sediment to Mount Everest. The planet deserves a multilateral solution that speaks from source to sea,” said Amina J. Mohammed, deputy secretary-general of the U.N.
The first of a two-part regime imposing new pollution control standards on ships has been released for public comment.
If it looks like a duck and walks like a duck, it’s probably a duck. Public and private officials behind the development of a large air cargo terminal at San Bernardino International Airport say they have no idea who will occupy the air-to-truck transfer terminal, but the telltale signs point to Amazon.com and its Amazon Prime Air network.
Two industry groups have announced a program to prevent the accidental release of pre-production plastic pellets.
A crackdown on plastic waste illegally ocean-shipped to Malaysia took a dramatic turn last night. The country’s environment ministry announced that it would be sending 450 metric tons of contaminated plastic waste in 10 maritime shipping containers back to their countries of origin.
The funding is expected to increase the use of electric cargo bikes to fulfil last-mile deliveries, which will help reduce congestion and pollution on the English streets.