Cool roofs help save energy, says Global Cool Cities Alliance official
Executive director Kurt Shickman says cool roofs don't contribute to global warming.
Cool roofs have helped save energy for homeowners in Baltimore, according to Kurt Shickman, executive director of the Global Cool Cities Alliance. He counters assertions made by Samir Ibrahim that included a Stanford University paper showing that cool roofs contribute to global warming.
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