Green Port Month: Celebrate Clean Air, Blue Water and Vibrant Life
Port Environment champions the safekeeping and environmental care of our dynamic waterfront. The Port of San Diego is a leader in protecting our air, water, and land and ensuring it remains a vital resource for generations to come. Green Port Month is a time to celebrate the Port’s environmental efforts including:
- Clean Air - a key priority supported with a variety of initiatives from alternative-fuel vehicles, shore power, and other clean energy efforts to reduce greenhouse gas emissions.
- Blue Water - vital to the port and our entire community, healthy water quality is maintained with proactive efforts to reduce contaminants and manage storm water runoff, keeping the bay healthy and sustainable.
- And finally Vibrant Life – preserving and improving quality of life for the people, animals and plant-life that call the bay home.
Learn more about how you can get involved below!
MICHELLE WHITE ENVIRONMENTAL AWARDS
September 12, 1:00 p.m.
Port Administration Building, 3165 Pacific Highway, San Diego
During the September Meeting of the Board of Port Commissioners several awards will be distributed for this year’s Port employee environment award winners! Additionally, the board will hear a presentation on #ThatsMyBay – our campaign to keep San Diego Bay clean and healthy.
CALIFORNIA COASTAL CLEANUP DAY
September 15, 9:00 a.m. – 12:00 p.m.
Various locations- Port Sponsored Site - D St. Fill in National City, Meet at 1024 Marina Way, National City
Join thousands of people across San Diego County by participating in I Love a Clean San Diego’s annual cleanup event. Help clean and restore over 100 sites across San Diego. Last year, volunteers successfully removed 128,168 pounds of litter from San Diego County. Register here.
#ThatsMyBay Service Day
September 20, 8:00 a.m. – 2:00 p.m.
The Port of San Diego will host the first #ThatsMyBay Service Day on Thursday, September 20. The Port's non-essential personnel will spend the day at key locations around the waterfront removing trash and debris to ensure it does not end up in San Diego Bay. We invite our community to join us for this clean up event! The Port will supply t-shirts to volunteers on a first come, first-serve basis, while supplies last. Additionally, there will be an opportunity to win prizes, learn more about environmental efforts and join us for a luncheon celebration. Register for a #ThatsMyBay Service Day clean-up site here.
Learn more about Port of San Diego Environment and our programs to ensure the San Diego Bay remains a vital natural resource for years to come.
Learn more about #ThatsMyBay and how you can help keep San Diego Bay clean all year.
Download the 2018 Green Port Year in Review
Download the 2018 Green Business Network Annual Achievements One-Sheet