Touch the Soil News #1364 (Feature photo – Green Rooftop of Chicago City Hall – Creative Commons Attribution-Share Alike 3.0 Unported license – Tony The Tiger)
Curbed journalist Alissa Walker brings us the latest on how cities with their black streets and dark roofs are causing heat islands that are taking a noticeable toll on human life. Its best to start planning now on how to beat the heat in later summer.
One answer – if it is feasible – is to plant trees around your residence or anywhere you can. You can read the full story here: