Port of Oakland Maritime Air Quality Improvement Plan (MAQIP)
In the fall of 2006, the Port of Oakland announced plans to develop a Maritime Air Quality Improvement Plan (MAQIP) that would serve as its roadmap and master planning document for air quality improvement measures. Working in close collaboration with the West Oakland Environmental Indicators Project and the Ditching Dirty Diesel Collaborative, the Pacific Institute put together a proposal for a community co-chaired task force comprised of a wide range of stakeholders from community, industry, labor, environment, and health backgrounds to help craft the MAQIP. Following the creation of this stakeholder task force, the Pacific Institute helped form detailed recommendations for meeting community health and environmental justice goals for the MAQIP and coordinated the creation of sign-on letters from a broad range of stakeholders.
A sample of these materials can be found here:
- MAQIP Sign-On Letter, January 2008
- MAQIP Key Components Checklist
- MAQIP Sign-On Letter, October, 31, 2008
- Pacific Institute Statement on MAQIP, May, 2009
- Sample outline of a comprehensive MAQIP