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Research reveals the give and take of urban temperature mitigating technologies

February 10, 2014

white painted roof tops in Phoenix Greenhouse-gas-induced warming and megapolitan expansion are both significant drivers of a warming planet. Researchers are now assessing adaptation technologies--such as cool roofs, green roofs and hybrids of the two--that could help us acclimate to these changing realities. Full Story

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