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Air Alliance Houston

Rating: 5 stars   1 review 159


2311 Canal Street Suite 326 Houston TX 77003 USA


To reduce air pollution in the Houston region to protect public health and environmental integrity through research, education and advocacy.


GHASP’s ozone monitoring project, which began in early 2005, was developed so that the monitors could be deployed by citizens. We focused on ozone at unmonitored locations around the Houston region. GHASP located volunteers who could host ozone monitors in Fort Bend, Liberty and Waller Counties and then hired a Web developer to create a Web site for the ozone data that went live with the start of the 2008 ozone season.

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Role: Professional with expertise in this field
Rating: 5 stars  

Air Alliance Houston contributes a great deal of issue expertise and brings a real presence to the environmental community in Houston. From providing a voice to the media, educating kids, hosting Earth Day Houston, and lobbying to improve air quality standards to forming strong coalitions with other groups, AAH works hard to protect public health every day.

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