Air Alliance Houston
Rating: 5 stars 1 1 review 164
3914 Leeland St Houston TX 77003 USA
Air alliance houston's mission is to reduce air pollution in the houston region and protect public health and environmental integrity through research, education and advocacy.
Environmental education programs: community education and partnerships including presentations, publications and collaborations with other organizations to educate the public about air pollution and health. Childhood and adult education curriculum development and implementation.
air pollution advocacy: relations with the media, press releases, letters and opinion pieces for publication. Participating in hearings and commenting on regulations. Relations and meetings with other key stakeholders (e. G. Industry groups, other environmental groups and local and state authorities).
air quality research: gather and analyze scientific, legal or regulatory information, prepare comments, write and publish reports related to air quality issues.
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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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This is a great group of Houstonians who care about making the most of the parks for their pets! They are all volunteers who... more »
I am a Westbury resident and gardener at the Westbury Community Garden. Westbury Community Garden is a project of the WAIC. Having... more »
Great organization! I brought in a baby bird that was on the ground in my yard, I was even able to check back later to see that... more »
Uncle Bill wrote:
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