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Why Green Roofs Are Gaining Popularity? Good For The Environment, Community, And You

Why Green Roofs Are Gaining Popularity? Good For The Environment, Community, And You

If asked to choose between the traditional roof covering materials like shingles, tiles, cedar shakes, etc. and plants that create soothing foliage as roof cover, many people would opt for the latter for reasons of eco-friendliness.

Green Infrastructure Project Blends Public Art And An Environmental Message

Green Infrastructure Project Blends Public Art And An Environmental Message

Some of the storm waters from our rainy spring weather are now being diverted back to Mother Nature thanks to a new "green infrastructure" project on Cleveland's East Side.

Will ‘Gray’ or ‘Green’ Flood Infrastructure Protect Houston?

Will ‘Gray’ or ‘Green’ Flood Infrastructure Protect Houston?

As greater Houston seeks protection from the next Hurricane Harvey, using natural features like prairies and sand dunes to control water is gaining purchase.

Galloway Receives Grant for Demonstration 'Green' Roof

Galloway Receives Grant for Demonstration 'Green' Roof

Galloway Township was officially awarded a $2,000 Sustainable Jersey Grant funded by the PSEG Foundation on May 7, 2019, to help offset the cost of installing a living “green” roof on top of the shade structure at the Galloway Township Community Garden.

Pollution Solutions: Rain Gardens, Rain Barrels

Pollution Solutions: Rain Gardens, Rain Barrels

Summer is coming. And with the heat, comes rain. Where does all this rainwater go?