Scientists: Lighter-colored roofs and roads can help cut emissions

07/21/2010 | United Press International

Rooftops and roads that are lighter in color can help reduce carbon dioxide emissions and slow climate change, say scientists at Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory in California, according to this article, which cites ScienceDaily.com. "Cool roofs are one of the quickest and lowest-cost ways we can reduce our global carbon emissions and begin the hard work of slowing climate change," said Energy Secretary Steven Chu.

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