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According to a new study, the thickness of asphalt layers should increase by 7% to 32% in order to maintain long-term durability and serviceability.
A new study conducted by the Portland State examines how vegetation and reflective materials can lower the temperature in urban areas.
Researchers from the U.S. National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST), conducted a thorough experimental study on the impact of fire in high-rise office buildings.
A new study focuses on the application of reflective surfaces in order to cool the urban environment.
According to new data, volcanoes are responsible for the biggest mass extinction on Earth.
Canada's building code is heading towards environmental sustainability. The new regulations will be implemented by 2025.
According to a study, published in 2018, United States cities lose more than 36 million trees per year.
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