Community Surveying Begins in Pasadena

Air Alliance Houston and its team of field interviewers started the Pasadena Community Surveys last Monday October 9th. The main goal of the surveys is to capture residents’ perceptions on environmental concerns, air quality, health issues, safety concerns, neighborhood’s conditions, and Hurricane Harvey experiences. This community citizen science project will allow us to better understand

Moving Forward Network in LA

Last week I attended the 4th Annual Moving Forward Network Conference in Los Angeles. The Moving Forward Network aims to transform the global trade system by bringing together community leaders, researchers, planners, policy makers, industry, and regulators to improve conditions in communities of color and low-income that bear the burden of adverse health impacts from

Who Should Pay for Hurricane Harvey Damages?

The Texas State House of Representatives’ Natural Resources Committee held a hearing in Houston on Wednesday morning. This was the statement submitted by AAH Executive Director Bakeyah Nelson. — Who should pay for Hurricane Harvey damages? It is clear to everyone that the Houston region needs improved infrastructure to protect people from future storms. Harvey