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Scorched: Extreme Heat and Real Estate

Scorched: Extreme Heat and Real Estate, a 2019 report, outlines how extreme heat will affect the real estate and land use sectors and highlights the leadership and the potential positive impact of the real estate sector in implementing “heat-resilient” building designs and land uses.

Houston, Texas

Bagby Street

Bagby Street

District, Transit-oriented development, Cool surfaces, Efficient fixtures or irrigation, Green infrastructure & landscape features, Native plants & trees, Permeable pavement, Rain gardens
Los Angeles, California

Cool Surfaces: Roofs and Roads

Cool Surfaces: Roofs and Roads

Cool surfaces
Cincinnati, Ohio

Urban Canopy Policy

Urban Canopy Policy

Green infrastructure & landscape features, Native plants & trees
New York, New York

Cool Neighborhoods

Cool Neighborhoods

Cool surfaces, Green infrastructure & landscape features, Green roofs, Native plants & trees
Fort Worth, Texas

Sundance Square Plaza

Sundance Square Plaza

Park, Cool surfaces, Efficient fixtures or irrigation, Green infrastructure & landscape features, Permeable pavement
Scottsdale, Arizona

SkySong

SkySong

Commercial & office, Master planned community, Mixed use, Park, Residential, Efficient fixtures or irrigation, Green infrastructure & landscape features, Heat prepared exterior, Native plants & trees
Arlington, Virginia

National Landing

National Landing

Commercial & office, Mixed use, Cool surfaces, Green infrastructure & landscape features
Phoenix, Arizona

Edison Eastlake

Edison Eastlake

Mixed use, Park, Residential, Backup power, Cool surfaces, Green infrastructure & landscape features, Heat prepared exterior, Native plants & trees, Permeable pavement, Resilience hub
Toronto, Canada

Toronto Green Roof Bylaw & Eco-Roof Incentive Program

Toronto Green Roof Bylaw & Eco-Roof Incentive Program

Green infrastructure & landscape features, Green roofs