Things are gaining momentum in Houston. The results of a pollution study are in, conducted by Dr. Tammy Thompson, postdoctoral associate from the MIT Joint Program for the Science and Policy of Global Change.
This report studied how the pollution from White Stallion Energy Station will make it even harder for Houston to have clean air, and how residents with lung disease will have one more source of breathing problems. Even those without lung disease are at risk, since coal is a dirty source of energy and leaves its mark in our air.
Texas Sierra Club will have a press conference detailing the findings of the report, at Houston City Hall on Tuesday, July 19, 10:00 a.m. We’re very excited to have Council Member Gonzalez, Council Member Jones, Dr. Thompson and Dr. Stuart Abramson, M.D., as speakers.
Everyone is invited and urged to come out and show their support in our fight against coal, which destroys ecosystems, water systems, and threatens our right to clean air. Houston already has a bad reputation for dirty air, and simply cannot make room for another source of air pollution. Join us on Tuesday, July 19th, 10am at Houston City Hall- look for the HUGE inflatable inhaler!
WHAT: Sierra Club releases a report titled, “White Stallion’s potential impact on Houston Air Quality” at a PRESS CONFERENCE
WHO: Houston Vice Mayor Pro Tem, City Council Member Ed Gonzalez
Houston City Council Member Jolanda “Jo” Jones
Dr. Tammy M Thompson, MIT Joint Program for the Science and Policy of Global Change
Dr. Stuart Abramson, member of The Leadership Council for the American Lung Association of the Plains-Gulf Region, Houston area,board-certified allergist/immunologist and asthma specialist
Lydia Avila, Conservation Organizer, Sierra Club Beyond Coal Campaign
WHEN: Tuesday, July 19, 10:00 AM
WHERE: Hermann Square Reflection Pool, 901 Bagby, Houston, TX 77002, Houston City
Email firstname.lastname@example.org for more information!