Air Alliance Houston Reports
The Community Air Quality Tool Kit was part of a three-year collaborative project funded by the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency and led by Mothers for Clean Air. The “Improving Environmental Quality through Collaboration” project took place in Southeast Houston. Members of the community, regulatory agencies, elected officials, industry, schools and universities and other organizations met monthly in 2005-2007 to improve environmental health for residents exposed to toxic air pollutants.
This new edition and printing of the publication is now available in English and Spanish, made possible through the support of Environmental Defense Fund’s Environmental Justice Grant Program. It is now available to the public for printing and distribution.