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Natural Outlook, Spring 2010

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Success Is in the Air

Texas has been successful in reducing air pollution in the state. This issue of Natural Outlook highlights some of the success stories and the TCEQ programs and initiatives that have contributed to these successes.

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Terms used in this issue of Natural Outlook

Definitions of terms used in this issue of Natural Outlook.

 

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Focus on Houston

The Houston-Galveston-Brazoria region continues to make significant progress in addressing air quality challenges.

 

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Focus on DFW

Despite living in one of the fastest growing metropolitan areas in the nation, residents of the Dallas–Fort Worth area are breathing cleaner air today than they were ten, or even five, years ago.

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Around the State

Efforts across the state have paid off with improved air quality.



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TCEQ Programs are Key to State's Success

The agency has a variety of programs and initiatives that offer innovative emissions-reduction solutions.

 

Abstract image of orange colors.Science and Technology Help Keep the Air Clean

The TCEQ employs the latest technology and scientific methods to improve the quality of the air in Texas.

Flare from a refinery.Research Leads to Air Quality Improvements

Investment in research has helped to improve air quality in the state.

Question markChallenges

Texas faces substantial air quality challenges in the next several years.

Outline of Texas.Ozone Concentrations Across the U.S.

How does Texas compare to other states in the nation?

 

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