You wouldn’t know it from this weather, but ozone season has begun in Houston. Here’s what you need to know.
More efficient and better performing buildings, means less power generation, which means less air pollution. Less air pollution results in improved public health and higher quality of life for the region’s residents.
On February 28, a group of six AAH judges met at the Science and Engineering Fair of Houston to review projects related to air quality and environmental sustainability.
With the help of the Healthy Living Matters advisory board, a new survey will be composed and canvassed in Pasadena, TX to uncover the needs of the community and introduce an air monitoring project.