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Green Roofs and the Rainwater Crisis

Green Roofs and the Rainwater Crisis

Green roofs are an effective approach to managing rainwater runoff from rooftops. As a result, they are growing in use in urban areas where space constraints limit the use of other water management practices.

How Cities are Driving Growth in the Green Roofing Market

How Cities are Driving Growth in the Green Roofing Market

Here in the U.S., the demand for green roofing solutions is growing for homeowners, business owners, and developers. Many major cities have adopted specific ordinances requiring green roofing on new buildings to assist in the battle against climate change.

Denver City Council Passes Revised Green Roof Ordinance

Denver City Council Passes Revised Green Roof Ordinance

Denver City Council Votes in Favor of the Task Force Recommendations on The Green Roof Ballot Initiative and Becomes a Leader in Sustainability and Resiliency

A Revised Green Roofs Law is Heading to the Denver City Council Floor After a Bumpy Process

A Revised Green Roofs Law is Heading to the Denver City Council Floor After a Bumpy Process

Property owners will have more options without detracting from the law’s intent, including a steep fee to opt out.

Green Roof Task Force Addresses Existing Buildings

Green Roof Task Force Addresses Existing Buildings

From San Francisco to Toronto to New York City and several cities in between, green roofs and buildings have grown increasingly popular as one method to tackle environmental concerns such as rising temperature and poor air quality.