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Students in Dr. Raun’s class analyzed data in Jakarta, Indonesia! Watch their summary results here:

 

Dr. Raun describes her work in a video that was shown in Jakarta, Indonesia!

Watch below:

 

 

 

Building a bridge to clean air in Houston

Air pollutants associated with heart and asthma attacks are present in high levels near U.S. Highway 59 between state Highway 288 and Interstate Highway 610, according to a recent report from Rice University students who are part of a multiyear project with Air Alliance Houston.

 

UTHealth receives $2.5 million to study metal recycling particle emissions in Houston

The National Institute of Environmental Health Science (NIEHS) has awarded $2.5 million to The University of Texas Health Science Center at Houston (UTHealth) School of Public Health to study emissions of metal particles from metal recycling facilities in Houston.

 

 

Carbon nanotubes found in children lungs

Carbon nanotubes have turned up in the lungs of children living in Paris – the first time they have been detected in humans.

 

 

New EPA rule will bring clean air to communities near refineries

The rule will put in place new controls that will reduce toxic air pollution from refineries and, for the first time ever, require air monitoring at refinery fence lines.

RESH:ERRG was references in the lawsuit that resulted in this ruling.

 

 

What to know how many times 8-hour ozone was exceeded in Houston?

Click —> Eight-Hour Ozone High Value Days for 2015

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Last updated 10/21/2015
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