Malta

Project Finds Multiple Benefits of Green Roofs

Project Finds Multiple Benefits of Green Roofs

Green roofs can be effective in reducing the use of energy for air conditioning, especially in the hotter months, a four-year re­search project at the University of Malta has concluded.

Saving Money by Going Green - Green roofs Can Cut Air Conditioning Use by 40%

Saving Money by Going Green - Green roofs Can Cut Air Conditioning Use by 40%

If you cannot keep up with electricity bills this summer because air-conditioners are constantly switched on, green roofs could be your solution.

Green Roofs Reduce Negative Impact of Urban Sprawl

Green Roofs Reduce Negative Impact of Urban Sprawl

A four-year university project on the impact of green roofs has shown that they have an important role to play in rendering our urban areas more sustainable by mitigating urban related issues.

Green Infrastructure Solutions Presented at the High-Level Meeting on Energy Efficiency in the Mediterranean

Green Infrastructure Solutions Presented at the High-Level Meeting on Energy Efficiency in the Mediterranean

Green Roof Industry is showing to Energy Ministers that green roofs and walls are important element to provide advanced energy efficiency in the buildings.

Malta Launches Public Consultation of the National Standard for Green Roofs

Malta Launches Public Consultation of the National Standard for Green Roofs

As part of the Life Med Green Roof Project, the Standardisation Directorate within the Malta Competition and Consumer Affairs Authority (MCCAA) has organised a workshop to launch the public consultation on the Draft National Standard for Green Roofs.