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Paige Powell

Breathable Cities: Using VW Funding to Improve Air in the Houston Area

Date: Thu, 05/18/2017
Location: Austin High School 1700 Dumble St Houston, TX 77023

Come learn about what’s happening in your community to clean up the dirty diesel emissions that Volkswagen created – and provide your feedback on potential projects in the Houston area using settlement money. Last year, a judge ruled that Volkswagen will pay $15 billion dollars in the US settlement of its emissions cheating scandal. And

Houston GREEN Film Series THE TRUE COST

Date: Wed, 05/17/2017
Location: Rice Media Center

Join us on May 17 at Rice Media Center for a screening of Houston GREEN Film Series premiering THE TRUE COST. This is a story about clothing. It’s about the clothes we wear, the people who make those clothes and the impact it’s having on our world. The price of cloth. Free to the public,

Hundreds in east Houston rally for environment

Decades in the petroleum industry taught Tom Gentry the value of certain regulations. The retired refinery worker and union leader from Pasadena witnessed several energy companies cut corners to save money, at times endangering the environment and their employees with hazardous chemicals and pollutants. Some, he said, seemed to prioritize profits over safety. “They need

Milby Community Gardens Is Officially Open!

AAH was thrilled to be a part of Milby’s Community Garden ribbon cutting April 8th at Mission Milby one block south of Milby High School on 2220 Broadway. Senator Garcia was also in attendance as students from Milby Youth LEAD Council showed us around and explained their project that was largely made possible by a