Rooted in science and law, One Breath works upward with communities from the intersections of climate, health and environmental justice to envision a better future for the Gulf Coast.
The corporation agreed to settlements in 2022 to add two air monitors and buy spare parts for repairs to the rusty, aging equipment at their 80-year-old plant in the East End. Will increased EPA and City of Houston scrutiny be enough to prevent a disaster?
The EPA will downgrade Houston once again for long-term failure to meet federal health-based standards for ground-level ozone pollution, or smog, and require Texas to create a stronger plan.
One Breath changes narratives to improve lives.
State and federal governments have the power to act to reduce the release of the chemicals that react in the air to form this cancer-causing pollutant.Read the report →
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