Resources Archive


Oceans Ports and Environmental Justice Resource Sheet

Port communities are subject to disproportionate health risks due to air pollution from port operations throughout the United States.

Cruising Vs Land Vacationing: An Analysis

An analysis of vacation carbon footprints in Seattle

Finance Campaigning to Block Petrochemicals & Plastics and Create Safe Communities

Plastics pollute throughout the supply chain – from fossil fuel extraction to processing and manufacturing at petrochemical plants.

Denounce – Divest – Defund Formosa Plastics’ “Sunshine Project”

The Formosa Plastics “Sunshine Project” is a proposed $12 billion, 2,400 acre petrochemical complex slated to be built in St. James Parish, Louisiana. Learn how corporate subsidies and the legacy of racist policies create a hotspot for polluting facilities like these in Louisiana, what local communities are doing to fight back, and how our finance campaign can help end the project for good.

2022 Cruise Ship Report Card

The 2022 Cruise Ship Report Card takes a continued hard look at the cruise industry to see if clean cruising is possible and in most cases the answer is still a resounding NO!

Port Infrastructure Development Program Fact Sheet

Fact sheet on how Port Infrastructure Development Program funds can help support ports.

2021 Cruise Ship Report Card

For decades, the cruise industry’s business practices have put the environment, climate, and public health of coastal communities, passengers, crew, and coastal and marine ecosystems at risk.

Port of Charleston Shore Power Analysis

Shore power provides an alternative to running auxiliary engines that has the potential to reduce air pollutant emissions in a cost-effective manner.

Shore Power Emission Reductions

Potential emission reductions from container ship shore power at the Port of Charleston

Container Ship vs Truck Idling Emissions Comparison

Enormous PM2.5 emissions from one container ship visit to the Port of Charleston