By guest columnist Uma Campbell. The average household in the United States spends about $2,200 on utility bills every year. Do you ever wish that number was smaller? You don’t have to live uncomfortably by turning off your air conditioner or reading by candlelight in order to reduce energy—you just have to live smarter!
Professional football is finally back in season and as we watch our Houston Texans win the AFC South two years in a row, it is important that we appreciate how air quality impacts athletes. As AAH’s resident football fan(atic), I feel that it is my duty to make the following public service announcement regarding the
Notice the haze over Houston this week? It’s particulate matter pollution, and it may present a health risk to those sensitive to air pollution.
An oil tanker spill and fire causes havoc in the Houston Ship Channel.