Sources and Resources for "Trade and Consequences"
Economic Policy Institute: “The Trade Picture: Soaring high-tech and other imports from China, sharply higher oil prices drive trade deficit to new record,” February 10, 2005. See further www.epinet.org/printer.cfm?id=1976&content_type=1&nice_name=webfeatures_econindicators_tradepict20050210 .
John Vickerman, Where Is the Maritime Industry Going? What Does it Mean for Your Port? Special Seminar for Members of Port Authority Governing Boards and Commisions, American Association of Port Authorities, San Diego, CA, January 15, 2004.
South China Morning Post, “American Ports Eye Asian Trade,” January 20, 2005.
Bloomberg News Service, “Delays at U.S. Ports may push Nippon, Maersk to Canada, Mexico,” January 13, 2005. See further http://skyscrapercity.com/forumdisplay.php?f=438.
G. Raine, “Backlog at the Ports: Rush to Train Longshoremen in Southern California as Cargo Ships Sit Idle,” San Francisco Chronicle, September 3, 2004.
Geoffrey York, “Chinese See Prince Rupert as Key to Clearing West Coast Port Clogs,” Toronto Globe and Mail, May 19, 2005.
Gateway Council of Governments, “The I-710 Major Corridor Study – Report to the Public, December 2003,” Gateway Council of Governments, February 2004.
Frank Colonna, I-710 Gateways Major Corridor Study Update. Gateway Cities Council of Governments, February 26, 2004.
CalTrade Report 2004, Quoted from the Los Angeles Times in “Pacific Container Port Congestion Intensifies,” October 10, 2004.
John Vickerman, “Integrating Ports into the Nation’s Transportation Network,” a presentation to the 27th National Transportation Research Board’s Ports, Waterways, and International Trade Conference, June 25, 2002, Pittsburgh, PA.
SkyScraper City Forums, 2005. “Hong Kong: World’s Largest Container Port.” See further http://skyscrapercity.com/showthread.php?s=227c9456544e65818e3c4ac0ac2df838&t=117510.
A. Logan, “Goods Movement and Environmental Justice,” presentation at the 2005 Haagen Smit Symposium, Aptos, CA, April 20, 2005.
M. Scheible, “California’s Strategies to reduce Emissions from International Trade,” presentation at the 2005 Haagen Smit Symposium, Aptos, CA, April 20, 2005.
D. Bailey et al., Harboring Pollution: Strategies to Clean Up U.S. Ports, Natural Resources Defense Council, Washington, D.C., August 2004.
C. France, “U.S. EPA Perspective on Reducing Emissions from International Goods Transport,” presentation at the 2005 Haagen Smit Symposium, Aptos, CA, April 19, 2005.
M. Nazemi et al., 2000. “Development of Gridded Air Toxic Emission Inventories for California’s South Coast Air Basin.” See further www.epa.gov/ttn/chief/conference/ei10/toxics/nazemitoxics.pdf
E. Garshick et al., “Lung Cancer in Railroad Workers Exposed to Diesel Exhaust,” in Environmental Health Perspectives, Vol. 112, Number 15, November 2004. See further: http://ehp.niehs.nih.gov/cgi-bin/findtoc2.pl?tocinfo=Environmental Health Perspectives@112@15@2004.
U.S. EPA, internal memorandum titled “Health Assessment Document for Diesel Exhaust: Questions and Answers,” marked “For Internal Agency Use Only – September 2002.” See further www.epa.gov/air/tribal/attachmts/de_internal_qa.pdf.
Invasive Species Coalition, 2005, “Examples of Invaders.” See further www.invasivespeciescoalition.org/BallastWater/Examples%20of%20Invaders.doc.
A. Cangelosi, “Blocking Invasive Aquatic Species” in Issues in Science and Technology, Summer 2002. See further www.issues.org/issues/19.2/cangelosi.htm asp.
Natural Resources Defense Council, “The ABC News Nuclear Smuggling Experiment: The Sequel,” New York, NY. Last revised September 11, 2003. See further www.nrdc.org/nuclear/furanium.asp.