Clean Air, Healthy Future
August 17, 2017
Bakeyah Nelson Featured in Houston Chronicle
AAH executive director lauded as "an indispensable lifeline for residents concerned about air pollution from these [concrete batch] plants"...  Read More
Texas Monthly Poses Questions for Houston
A recent article featuring AAH staff and colleagues questions the prioritization of industry profits over the interest of community health. 
Op-Ed Speaks to the Weight of Concrete
One Minnetex resident laments her woes of the concrete facilities in her neighborhood: widespread detriment to home, health, and peace of mind. 
Air Quality Forecast
More moderate ozone days are in store for Houston this weekend. Children, elders, and those with asthma should take extra caution. 
Wild About Houston! 
This month's edition of the Houston Green Film Series will feature a collection of short films on wildlife conservation and will be held in a new location: Flores Garden Pavilion.
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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