Clean Air, Healthy Future
June 1, 2017
Toxic Tours with Air Alliance Houston
Experience the toxic sights, sounds, and smells of the Petro Metro? It shows the disproportionate siting of concrete batch and metal recycling plants in communities of color and low-income.
To Attend: RVSP

Map of Houston's Concrete Batch and Metal Recycling Plants
Here is a "quick map" put together on behalf of AAH. It shows the disproportionate siting of concrete batch and metal recycling plants in communities of color and low-income.
Pasadena Forum
A recent candidate's forum at St. Peter Episcopal Church regarding the runoff for Pasadena mayor and City Council District A brought out a crowd of residents eager to hear candidates' opinions.
Energy High School students: Create Podcast
Green Houston 
Listen on how students from Energy High School plan to make Rooftops Greener for there Green Houston Campaign..


Ozone Forecast
Houston is forecast to have good air quality for the next few days. Continue to check the OzoneMap for the most up-to-date information on regional ozone levels. 


Air Alliance Houston is a nonprofit organization that believes the quality of our air directly affects our quality of life. We are committed to delivering clean air for a healthier future in Houston. Through research, education, and advocacy, we empower Houstonians to take charge of their health and environment.
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