Houston calls for international action to curb pollution from ships

Local officials from the Houston, Texas, port area petitioned the International Maritime Organization, which met 22-26 March in London, to accept the US Environmental Protection Agency’s application to establish more stringent fuel and engine standards for large ships creating 200-mile-wide buffer zones along the US-Canada coastlines.

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