green roof

Urban rooftops can help the environment
Urban rooftops can help the environment
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Rooftops are rarely seen and extremely underutilized. Let's put them to use!
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In a rapidly changing world, businesses must regularly measure risks and opportunities as they strive to maintain a competitive edge. Luckily, this indicates more focus on the environment and sustainable growth.
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A brief introduction of GWU's green roof project.        
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The George Washington University has begun adding green roofs to it's existing buildings and incorporating them into new building designs to help keep storm water on site.
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Green roofs are simply roofs that have greenery on them. But that greenery is there to do more than just look nice for those brave enough for the heights.
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This infographic shows how growing urban environments such as Washington, DC are using green roofs to help create jobs, save the water systems and rivers, reduce energy use and educate younger generations.
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Green roof-ing is actually what is up in urban sustainability!
Green Roof
Green Roof
SUNY-ESF
SUNY College of Environmental Science and Forestry established a Green Roof back in 2012 on top of the new Gateway Center, which was was also established in 2012. Green roofs slow the runoff, and absorb up to 80% of rainwater that would have... Read More
Selfie: what could be the future
Selfie: what could be the future
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FEATURED SELFIE: Corporate America is looking for ways to go green, and they're starting from the top down - literally.
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FEATURED SELFIE: The answer to cleaning up and cooling off our cities might be over our heads - literally.

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