Detroit begins work on net-zero plan

The Port of Detroit

A 12 month project begins at the Port of Detroit to create a plan to reach net-zero by 2040

The Detroit Wayne County Port Authority has begun a year-long project to reach net-zero carbon emissions for port activities by 2040.

With Tunley Engineering providing consultancy on emissions, the project will initially calculate baseline measurements of port activities with respect to greenhouse gas emissions and other harmful emissions such as particulates.

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