Dozens of diesel dump trucks and cement mixers barrel down Schurmier Road in south Houston, weaving to and from five concrete batch plants on the narrow, residential side street. “That’s the house,” murmurs Bakeyah Nelson, the executive director of Air Alliance Houston, pointing from the passenger-seat window of a car as it passes by a
Our Director of operations and Community outreach coordinator at a Youth Summit presenting about air quality and public health. Collaborating with the organization Mi Familia Vota Emerging Latino Leaders and Air Alliance Houston to empower the youth to be the driving change for a better future.
One Houston group calls a recent federal appeals court ruling “promising.” Environmental groups are feeling good about a recent court win against the Trump Administration. The D.C. circuit appeals court ruled that the Environmental Protection Agency can’t delay an Obama-era Methane emissions rule. The court found the EPA didn’t have the power under the Clean
Paula is the newest Community Outreach Coordinator for Air Alliance Houston. She graduated from the University of Houston with a Bachelor’s degree in Earth and Atmospheric Sciences. Currently, she plans to put all her efforts on the Pasadena Community Project with the goal of reducing air pollution in the area. The Pasadena Community Project intends