Cities want to see greener rooftops
Rooftops aren’t just for shingles and solar panels anymore. Increasingly, they’re for the birds, the bees and the trees. Green roofs, which have been common in Europe for more than 40 years, are slowly catching on in the U.S. Since the mid-aughts, there’s been a small but growing effort — particularly in the last two years — to turn rooftops over to all kinds of vegetation.
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