On November 17th, I attended an awards luncheon for the Houston Green Office Challenge sponsored by the Mayor’s Office of Sustainability. I accepted an award for 1st Place Nonprofit Organization on behalf of Air Alliance Houston for our efforts in creating a green workplace. As a sustainably-minded organization, we already had measures in place like
2015 was a bad year for ozone pollution, but houstoncleanairnetwork.com still offers you ozone values in real time!
An influential group of air quality and public health professionals conclude that diesel exhaust may be the greatest air pollution threat in cities today.
Over the last six years, the amount of oil transported by rail has increased by over 4,000%. And while that number may seem like an exaggeration, it’s anything but. That increase is due to an oil production boom in the Bakken region of North Dakota and the tar sands fields of Alberta, Canada. A recent