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The Port of Los Angeles is committed to promoting responsible growth and supporting innovative development. Utilizing the tenets of sustainability, the Port works toward the best interests of the community, environment, and economy. These principles are practiced through integral considerations during planning, design and construction, and throughout operations and maintenance of Port facilities and structures.

As the Port conducts the initial phases of a planned 10-year capital improvement program, sustainable practices will be effectively used for the benefit of the projects and to maintain consistency with the mission and goals of the City as a whole. Improvements include container terminal redevelopment, transportation infrastructure improvements, and recreational- and community-based developments.

Sustainability Reports:

Port of Los Angeles Sustainability Report 2013-2014

Port of Los Angeles Sustainability Report 2011-2013

Port of Los Angeles Sustainability Report 2011

Port of Los Angeles Sustainability Assessment and Plan Formulation (June 2008)


Green Bond Documents:

Port of Los Angeles Green Bond Framework, Second Opinion and Environmental Impact Reporting (September 2016)

Greenhouse Gas Reports:

Actions to Reduce Greenhouse Gas Emissions by 2050 (September 2014)

Climate Action Plan - Strategies for Municipally-Controlled Sources (December 2007)

External Links:
United States Green Building Council (USGBC) Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design (LEED) Rating System

International Standards Organization (ISO) Environmental Management System 14001


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