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Houston CAN Lesson

In “Houston CAN,” high school students learn what causes tropospheric ozone and how we can track it by using The Houston Clean Air Network. They are able to correlate high ozone days with TCEQ emissions data to draw conclusions about the sources of air pollution. If you’re interested in having a teaching artist come present

Pasadena Project Launch: First Community Advisory Panel Meeting

Cleaner Air and Safer Routes for Healthier Children   Air Alliance Houston in collaboration with Healthy Living Matters Pasadena will be working together to  demonstrate how changes to the built-environment can reduce exposure to traffic-related air pollution and increase physical activity among children in the surrounding areas of priority campuses within the Pasadena Independent School

I-45 Expansion: Health Impact Assessment Stakeholder Workshop

Air Alliance Houston (AAH) was funded by the Urban Institute and the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation under the 500 Cities Data Challenge to conduct a Health Impact Assessment (HIA) of the proposed I-45 highway expansion project known as the North Houston Highway Improvement Project (NHHIP). On September 17, 2018, AAH held a stakeholder workshop about