A study headed by researchers of the Water and Environment Engineering Institute of Valencia’s Polytechnic University (IIAMA-UPV) shows that green roofs are an effective measure to adapt to climate change in the Mediterranean, as they offer positive hydrological performance and reduce the creation of surface water runoff.
Complete Article From the publisher.Park lands have warmed twice as fast as the rest of the country America’s national parks have warmed twice as fast as the US average and could see some of the […]
Complete Article From the publisher.Climate change isn’t a monolith. It’s characterized by the melting of ice caps over time as much as by a storm surge that cuts off power to a coastal city’s subway […]
Complete Article From the publisher.The most recent international report on climate change paints a picture of disruption to society unless there are drastic and rapid cuts in greenhouse gas emissions.