Green Roofs for Healthy Cities

KENT-repreneur Episode 4: Living Architecture

KENT-repreneur Episode 4: Living Architecture

Kent State students are getting real-world experience studying living architecture, and a KSU professor, Dr. Reid Coffman, is leading the way in national research.

Are 'Green Roofs' the Next Eco-Friendly Initiative for Baltimore?

Are 'Green Roofs' the Next Eco-Friendly Initiative for Baltimore?

Like many regions of the country, the Baltimore area struggles with its share of environmental concerns, such as flooding and pollution in the watershed and air. Some say a solution is right above our heads.

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

Kent State to Co-Lead New Center of Living Architecture

Kent State to Co-Lead New Center of Living Architecture

A consortium of Ohio universities was selected as one of the first four North American regional centers of living architecture by Green Roofs for Healthy Cities and the Green Infrastructure Foundation.

Why Don't More Cities Require Green Roofs?

Why Don't More Cities Require Green Roofs?

For people living in cities plagued by the psychological and physical effects of living in an unnatural environment, turning rooftops into living gardens and parks seems like an ingenious way to make urban life more pleasant.