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If there’s nowhere else to put it, pile it right on top! That’s the philosophy behind urban green roofs, which add much needed green space to otherwise uninv… Related PostsOptigrGreen Roof Overview by Greensulate CEO, Amy Norquist.Shipping container house – Green roofPrairie Green RoofDTE Energy, Traverse City Green RoofLondon becomes a Roof Garden City with green living roofs, sky gardens and sustainable sky parks

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  • Michael Lawson 2 years ago

    @N1CKF3D Yes it is, at the surface of a black tar roof in the summer. I
    have worked on those roofs, and I believe it can get that hot on the roof
    when the air temp is about 90 F.

  • Kevin Kim 2 years ago

    that girl at 0:40 is soo hot

  • N1CKF3D 2 years ago

    @snakemanmike Ah I see. When she said that I thought she was saying that
    the typical temperature anywhere in NYC mid-day in the summer was 185
    degrees.

  • timoth041191 2 years ago

    mon sujet de BTS ! putin vous faite chi

  • brokenarrow2222 2 years ago

    i’m in love

  • GabStone70 2 years ago

    @timoth041191 t’as qu’

  • Earth+ 2 years ago

    Probably green roofs will be unavoidable in the future…

  • slightlymooshed 2 years ago

    where are all the people?

  • timoth041191 2 years ago

    mon sujet de BTS ! putin vous faite chi

  • Hellaciousoutlaw 2 years ago

    roof tops are the best I am trying to build one where do you get the plans
    or how do you design these ???? nics garden you have

  • MistressACrowley 2 years ago

    I want to build a rooftop garden!

  • N1CKF3D 2 years ago

    wait the typical is 185 degrees? wtf? nyc isn’t that hot.

  • spamdude060 2 years ago

    maintaince stopped me from having a green roof, saying it’s a “fire hazard”.