The Japanese government has signed a letter of intent with the governor of California to establish a green shipping corridor over the Pacific.
The agreement signed between governor Gavin Newsom and the Ministry of Land, Infrastructure, Transport and Tourism of Japan will also look to commercialise zero-emission fuels.
Other green corridor pacts have been signed between Los Angeles, Long Beach and Shanghai with Singapore also inking a similar agreement while South Korea’s largest port, Busan, agreed to form a green corridor to the Port of Tacoma last November.Tags: California, Green shipping corridor, Japan, Pacific
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