Starting School with Indoor Air Quality Tips

Even in a time of uncertainty, summer seems to have come and gone. Whether you’re a parent who’s struggling to determine if your child should go back to school or do virtual learning in the midst of a global pandemic, what’s clear is, school is starting soon. While a lot of things seem to be beyond our control, what we can do is try our best to improve the cleanliness of our homes. We are spending the majority of our time in our homes now, so indoor air quality is just as important as the outdoor air quality in the North Texas region. Here are some strategies you can use to improve indoor air quality as well as encourage environment education at home, and in turn, hopefully improve outdoor a

Air Quality Health Task Force

NCTCOG is working on a project to better understand health-related air quality impacts attributed to the transportation sector. As part of this project, NCTCOG is convening a task force of government representatives, health officials, academic representatives, and air quality experts to evaluate regional data that may indicate where additional air quality improvement is needed. It will also seek to address concerns over localized air pollution, with a focus on transportation sources. Through this task force, NCTCOG hopes to facilitate peer exchange and evaluate where more work associated with the health implications of traffic-related air pollution is needed. For more information regarding t

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