David Fujimoto

David Fujimoto
Senior Environmental Program Manager, Port of Seattle’s Maritime Environment and Sustainability Department
, FDCE, 2023

David is Senior Environmental Program Manager for the Port of Seattle’s Maritime Environment and Sustainability Department where he is responsible for maritime clean energy and decarbonization strategy. Current projects include leading the Seattle Waterfront Clean Energy Strategy, a collaboration of utility and maritime industry partners developing  a roadmap to electrify Seattle’s working waterfront, and development of the Port’s Clean Marine Fuels strategy. He is a primary advisor on climate and energy policy issues and a member of the Ports and Maritime Advisory Committee for the Pacific Northwest Hydrogen Association, which is seeking to develop a hydrogen hub in the Pacific Northwest. David brings more than 20 years of experience developing innovative sustainability programs and public policy for environmental and social impact. He completed studies in Economics and Environmental Studies from the University of Washington and a learning year with the Pacific Northwest cohort of the Government Alliance for Racial Equity (GARE).

Authored Articles
Goods that cross the ocean get crossed up in the supply crunch (photo courtesy Ana Ulin)

A container ship on its way to a commercial port...or is it? (Photo by Ana Ulin, courtesy Creative Commons.)

Policy Memo: Establishing a Pacific Coast Framework For Sustainable Maritime Fuels

The Pacific Coast of North America is home to five of the 10 largest continental ports, more than 55 million people and an economic output of $3 trillion (Pacific Coast Collaborative, 2022). Collaboration on the scale of the Pacific Coast can provide a cohesive approach to maritime industry decarbonization to...