Clean Air, Healthy Future
June 14, 2018
Texans urge Gov. Abbott to act on harmful pollution
One Breath Partnership has released a letter signed by more than 3,000 Texans and 20 organizations urging the governor to act now to protect people from harmful air pollution before the next storm.  Read more

UH student shares her air pollution story
Lydia Mousa shares how air pollution has affected her health and quality of life as a Houston-area resident.

Help us fund our Educational Programs
Children with asthma are most vulnerable to ozone pollution. Help us to educate them about their health and environment by donating to Ozone Theater.  

Metro lets students ride for free this summer
Students from kindergarten through college can beat the heat while doing their part to reduce car pollution in Houston. 
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Greater Houston area biweekly ozone report 
While the overall regional trend shows reduced ozone levels, monitors in Conroe and Aldine had readings that were high enough to be considered Unhealthy for Sensitive Groups.  
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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