"Cool pavements" could reduce air temperatures, improve air quality

04/3/2013 | FastCoExist

Research by the Heat Island Group at the Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratories in California shows that "cool pavements" reflect as much as 50% of the sun's energy, compared to roughly 5% for traditional surfaces. Other studies have shown that lighter surfaces, in conjunction with plants, can slow smog formation and reduce energy costs.

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