Future of the Environment

Green buildings can reduce city temperatures by up to 2°C, study shows

Local temperatures have the potential to be reduced with vegetation covering rooftops Image: Unsplash/Eric Prouzet

Sazan Rahman

PhD Candidate, McGill University

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