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Trucking Industry Changes and What They Mean for California Ports

  • Wednesday, September 14, 2022
  • 11:45 AM - 1:00 PM
  • Virtual Event Via Zoom


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Trucking Industry Changes and What They Mean for California Ports

with Thomas Jelenić and Adam Browning

Moderated by Matt Schrap, CEO, Harbor Trucking Association

Wednesday, September 14, 2022

11:45 AM - 12:00 PM • Zoom Networking Session
12:00 PM - 1:00 PM • Keynote

The first fifteen minutes of this webinar will be spent in networking session breakout rooms.

Member: $25 / 
Non-Member: $40

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Thomas Jelenić, Vice President, Pacific Merchant Shipping Association

Thomas A. Jelenić is Vice President for Pacific Merchant Shipping Association (PMSA). Mr. Jelenić works with policy makers, regulators, industry leaders and other entities to help ensure that sound science and industry issues are part of the discussion.

Mr. Jelenić has two decades of maritime industry experience, including more than 14 years in environmental and planning positions at the Port of Long Beach, the nation’s second busiest seaport, and senior management roles in private consulting and logistics development. His work includes leading successful efforts to manage complex air quality, transportation and greenhouse gas issues related to the shipping industry, and he developed the landmark San Pedro Bay Clean Air Action Plan and the Clean Trucks Program for the Port of Long Beach. Most recently, Mr. Jelenić managed the CEQA review and approvals for the World Logistics Center, the largest private‐sector logistics development in California encompassing over 40 million square feet of buildings and facilities covering 4 square miles of property in Moreno Valley, California.

He is a graduate of the University of California, Irvine, with dual Bachelor of Science degrees in Environmental Engineering and Civil Engineering with an emphasis in transportation and water resources.

Adam Browning / Board Member / Forum Mobility

Adam is a seasoned cleantech and non-profit executive, with deep experience in changemaking, clean energy and climate justice policy, legislative campaigns, regulatory processes, grassroots advocacy, collaborative partnerships, communications, and fundraising.

Adam is the co-founder and former Executive Director of Vote Solar, a national non-profit advocacy organization with the mission of a 100% clean and equitable energy system in the US. Founded in 2002, Vote Solar played a central role in making solar a mainstream energy source in the US, and now has a staff of over 40 changemakers working on state-level clean energy campaigns in 27 states.

Adam is on the boards of Power for All, an international non-profit working to bring distributed renewable energy to the ~1B people on the planet without power; and Forum Mobility, a private start-up working to electrify heavy-duty fleets and bring zero-emission goods-movement solutions to US ports.

Adam is a graduate of Swarthmore College, and served in the Peace Corps in Guinea-Bissau.

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