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Public Workshops

The Collaborative and the National Clean Diesel Campaign conduct
public workshops periodically. These workshops are open to anyone
that wishes to participate.

Past Workshops

2008 West Coast Collaborative Hawai’i Partners Meeting
June 25, 2008 | Waimanalo, HI

2007 National Clean Diesel Agriculture Leaders Forum
March 28-29,
2007 | Sacramento, CA

2007 Annual West Coast Collaborative Partnership
Meeting

March 28, 2007 | Sacramento, CA.

2005 National Clean Diesel Campaign Policy Leaders Summit
December
7-8, 2005 | Washington, DC

Moving Down the Road to Cleaner Air
Tucson, AZ—June 29, 2005 | Phoenix, AZ—June 30, 2005

March 21-22, 2005
Seattle, Washington

June 15, 2004
San Francisco, California

 
Periodically, EPA co-sponsors public workshops.

Faster Freight, Cleaner Air Puget Sound

May 16, 2007 | Seattle, Washington

Faster Freight, Cleaner Air 2007

February 26-28, 2007 | Long Beach, California

Faster Freight, Cleaner Air 2006

January 30 – February 1, 2006 | Long Beach, California

Faster Freight Cleaner Air 2004
December 8-9, 2004 |
Oakland, California
This workshop brought together more
than 70 leading experts and 350 government, community and industry
representatives from around the nation to feature solutions and
success stories on how to improve freight movement efficiencies while
improving air quality in California.

   
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