The Emerging Sustainable Harbor

 

The Emerging Sustainable Harbor:
It’s About Jobs and Moving Goods by Water

The New York Harbor is the third largest port in the United States. Its infrastructure, port support services, and related operations extend all along the New Jersey and New York City waterfront. More and more the working waterfront is growing in ways that encourage sustainability, keep trucks off the road, grow local jobs, and involve local communities. Hear from waterfront industry leaders and community activists about environmental progress. Learn about how working waterfront operations encourage sustainability and create new jobs and what more can be done to ensure the working waterfront will be economically and environmentally sustainable.

To download a copy of the presentations for the Emerging Sustainable Harbor panel, click on this link: Emerging Sustainable Harbor Panel Presentations

Introduction
Brad Lander, New York City Council Member, Council District 39

Moderator
Dan Zarrilli, Senior Vice President for Asset Management, New York City Economic Development Corporation

Panelists

  • Michelle de la Uz, Executive Director, Fifth Avenue Committee
  • Jim Devine, President and CEO, NY Container Terminal
  • Bob Kelman, President of North America Metals, Sims Metal Management
  • Rick Larrabee, Director of Port Commerce, Port Authority of NY and NJ
  • Jorge Lopez-Colome, President, Axis Group

 


"The Emerging Sustainable Harbor" Panel by MetroWaterfront

 

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