Thomas Jelenic

Port of Long Beach

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Assistant Director of Environmental Planning at the Port of Long Beach

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The  Ports of Los Angeles  and  Long Beach  are still this region's biggest stationary polluters, but the Port of Long Beach is claiming a  72 percent reduction  in cancer-causing…

Los Angeles Air Is a Little Bit Cleaner

The Ports of Los Angeles and Long Beach are still this region's biggest stationary polluters, but the Port of Long Beach is claiming a 72 percent reduction in cancer-causing…

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