About the Collaborative

West Coast Collaborative (WCC) Mission Statement

The West Coast Collaborative (WCC) is a partnership between leaders from federal, state, tribal, local and U.S. territorial government agencies, the private sector, academia, non-profit and environmental organizations committed to reducing medium- and heavy-duty diesel emissions and advancing clean air technologies, policies, and practices across Western North America.


The WCC's partners include federal, state, local, tribal, local and U.S. territorial and agencies; non-profit organizations; the private sector; and academia. These partners represent areas across Western North America, including Alaska, Arizona, California, Hawaii, Idaho, Nevada, Washington, Federally Recognized Tribes and Native Villages, the Territory of Guam, the Territory of American Samoa, the Commonwealth of the Northern Mariana Islands, Canada, and Mexico.

About the Collaborative

The WCC seeks to reduce medium- and heavy-duty diesel emissions through the deployment of verified and certified technologies, engines and practices, and advanced technologies. We share information, training opportunities, planning, policy development, and funding opportunities related to reducing diesel emissions.

The WCC is focused on creating, supporting, and implementing diesel emissions reductions projects and policies. To accomplish this goal, the WCC:

To learn more about the projects the Collaborative has supported and the successes of our work, see the following factsheets:


The Collaborative is organized around seven sector workgroups: