Crossing the Chasm: Demonstrating Economic Value is the Next Test for Building-integrated Vegetation

Building-integrated vegetation (BIV) is already a $6 billion market. However, green roofs and green walls remain a relatively expensive capital investment and increasingly subject to a cost-benefit scrutiny. BIV benefits like thermal insulation and stormwater management are currently not well unders...

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