Article contribution by Air Alliance Houston Legal Intern Eddie Jaramillo (pictured above). Texas has always promoted itself as a business friendly state, yet at times our lawmakers seem to make decisions that prejudice sustainable or renewable industries. Gov. Greg Abbot just made a move to cut tax-rebates on solar panels, making it harder for people
Air Alliance Houston is part of a new project, Metal Air Pollution Solutions (MAPS) that is underway and making progress. The project is taking place in the neighborhoods of Lawndale, Magnolia Park, Sunnyside, and 5th Ward. This is a 5 year project that is just getting underway that involves three phases. Air Alliance Houston is partnering with The
Our Executive Director talks with Dr. Gretchen Goldman, lead analyst at the Union of Concerned Scientists (UCS) and air pollution exposure scientist, about the impact of a new ozone standard in Houston.
Guest article by AAH Board Member Brian E. Tison, MD Vital Allergy and Asthma Board Certified in Adult and Pediatric Allergy and Immunology As an allergist here in Houston, daily I watch the effects of air quality on the lives of fellow Houstonians. We know that we live in a region that struggles with