The Port Commission took action and approved Resolution #485 to address new technologies and innovative approaches to traditional commodities that will reduce greenhouse gases while meeting the state and federal requirements. As the Port moves forward on preparing for waterfront industrial development at Martin Bar and Austin Point, the Port Commission determined that projects that would be further considered for leases in the future may be those they did not consider in Resolution #448. The reduction of such harmful climate impacts of some traditional commodities are not considered for Port investment but new technologies and innovative approaches to these commodities to improve our environment, reduce climate impact and can navigate through the state’s SEPA process will be considered for investment. The Port looks to industrial development that balances creating jobs, improving the tax base of the Port district, as well as providing public access and minimal impact to our neighboring properties.