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Supporting information: Papers and articles Alter, L. 28 May 2009. “Toronto Makes Green Roofs the Law, Approves Controversial Bike Lanes.” Treehugger. Accessed 2 November 2013. Bianchini, F. and K. Hewage. 2012. How “green” are the green roofs? Lifecycle analysis of green roof materials. Building and Environment 48: 57-65. doi: 10.1016/j.buildenv.2011.08.019 Fischer, E.A. 2010. Issues in Green Building and the Federal Response: An Introduction. DIANE Publishing; Darby. 21 pp. Lstiburek, J.W. November 2008. “Why Green Can be Wash.” Building Sciences. Accessed 2 November 2013. Oberndorfer, E., J. Lundholm, B. Bass, R.R. Coffman, H. Doshi, N. Dunnett, S. Gaffin, M. K Related PostsReal Matters | Episode 2: Benefits and Advantages of Green Roofs in PhiladelphiaThe Most Green Roofs in the WorldGreen Roofs for SustainabilityStormwater management – Using green roofs to reduce urban runoff in IcelandGreen Roofs: Are They Right for Your Home?Green Infrastructure Series- Green Roofs (Session 2)


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