Economic comparison of white, green, and black flat roofs in the United States
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Looking strictly at the economic costs and benefits of three different roof typesblack, white and green (or vegetated)Lawrence B ..

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Looking strictly at the economic costs and benefits of three different roof types -- black, white and "green" (or vegetated) -- ..

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A fehr hztetk nemcsak fekete, de zld trsaiknl is hatkonyabban tartjk tvol a ht a laksoktl. ..

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Black roofs are out, and white and green roofs are in. But which environmentally-friendly option gives you the most bang for you ..

They are certainly more reflective, but that's not the only thing that matters. ..

Looking strictly at the economic costs and benefits of three different roof types—black, white and “green” (or ..

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This paper presents an economic perspective on roof color choice using a 50-year life-cycle cost analysis (LCCA) - http://t.co/k7KMhzya58

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Economic comparison of white, green, and black flat roofs in the United States

It took me and my team 3 years but we have finally published our research on white and green roofs. I am now a published author! ..

Economic comparison of white, green, and black flat roofs in the United States

A simple way to tackle global warming: white roofs. A new scientific study shows that white roofs are a simple, cheap and insta ..

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# Country As %
1 US 31%
2 CA 18%
3 DK 12%
4 FR 6%
4 CR 6%
6 Other 25%
Tweeter demographics
Type Count As %
Members of the public 13 81%
Scientists 1 6%
Science communicators (journalists, bloggers, editors) 2 12%
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