After attending EPA trainings in Arkansas and North Carolina, Brian traveled to Atlanta to participate in the EPA’s most intensive community involvement training of the year. Last week I traveled to Atlanta, GA to attend the EPA’s Community Involvement Training Conference. It was the 14th of its kind, and I must admit, after attending dozens
It’s hot in Houston! After last summer, you may have gotten used to the idea of cooler Houston summers. And of course after a cool year our friends in the climate change denying business start doing their thing. But make no mistake: Houston–along with much of the nation–just got lucky last year, as this map beautifully illustrates.
Recently, a friend of mine’s young daughter was diagnosed with Type 1 Diabetes. They have had a couple of big scares with her blood sugar in the last few weeks, which resulted in more than one trip to the emergency room. The girl is on medication now, and both mother and daughter are still testing
Well it is official, Air Alliance Houston has an office location in Pasadena. We will be using office space at the home offices of Harris County Pollution Control and Public Health and Environmental Services. We have collaborated to better serve the community of Pasadena. Just like Air Alliance, Harris County Public Health and Environmental Services was granted funds to conduct community