Clean Air, Healthy Future
October 27, 2016
AAH Gets More Emissions Factors Revisions
Air Alliance Houston and our allies continue to seek revision of EPA's formulas that estimate air pollution emissions.   Read More
Monitoring Air Pollution Using Street Lights?
At Smart Cities Week, Stephanie learned how cities can enhance livability, workability, and sustainability by upgrading infrastructure and becoming more responsive.  
US EPA Toxic Release Inventory Turns 30 
Hosted by EPA and the Dillard University Deep South Center for Environmental Justice, Brian represented AAH at the National Training Conference on TRI.
Air Quality Forecast
Houston is forecast to have moderate ozone warnings for the next few days. Be sure to check the OzoneMap to stay informed and keep yourself safe.
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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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