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HOH CITYWIDE: Adrian Shelley, Executive Director of Air Alliance Houston

Houston is teetering on the brink of a new federal standard for fine particulate matter, a dangerous air pollutant composed of car exhaust, soot, dust, metal, and other particles. Join us this month for a discussion of how fine particulate matter can impact our health and how Houston will be affected by the new standard.

Adrian Shelley is a native Texan from the City of Houston. He is the Executive Director of Air Alliance Houston, the Houston region’s clean air and public health nonprofit. Adrian has a bachelor’s degree from Trinity University in San Antonio and a Juris Doctorate from the University of Texas School of Law. Adrian served as the Environmental Director and Counsel for State Representative Jessica Farrar during the 82nd session of the Texas Legislature. He has worked in clean air law for a variety of nonprofit organizations. He first worked with Air Alliance Houston as a legal fellow in 2010.

Air Alliance Houston wants clean air so our economy, quality of life, and children can thrive.  Their mission is to reduce air pollution in the Houston region and protect public health and environmental integrity through research, education, and advocacy.


Our City-Wide Monthly Gathering is the cornerstone of all HOH activities, where people from the entire Houston and surrounding areas are invited to come. It generally starts with announcements and a brief presentation of a humanist topic, followed by guest speaker and Q&A/discussion.

Please remember the needy: As part of an ongoing program, we encourage everyone to bring canned goods for donation to the End Hunger network.

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  • Carolyn P.

    Thank you for a very interesting discussion - lots of new, useful information !

    1 · June 21, 2014

  • Ann

    I want to attend but might run a little late as there is an event in my area at noon, only an hour before this starts, and this venue is on the other side of town from where I live. Would that be okay?

    June 20, 2014

    • Julie E.

      Sure, you can walk in anytime. We never know exactly which room the community center will put us in, but it's a small building so just look for "Humanists" on the schedule whiteboard.

      June 21, 2014

  • michael c.

    This is our first time meeting with HOH so I hope someone will clue us in, tell us when to genuflect, that kind of thing. Thanks.

    1 · June 20, 2014

  • Ariel

    One of my favorite "causes"; I'll try to be there if I'm back in town.

    June 9, 2014

  • Benita

    Sounds interesting! unfortunately, I'll be out of town.

    June 9, 2014

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