Cooling Things Down in L.A.
With the cooler temperatures upon us, some of us may fondly be recalling the days of summer when the words “It’s so hot, you could fry an egg on the pavement,” was not much of an exaggeration. In more southern climes, the heat is a year round concern. Generated through the sun, the heat is intensified through asphalt on the the city streets which holds it in and raises air temperature even higher. But the folks of Los Angeles are finding creative ways to combat this problem and one way is by painting their streets white. A trial run is underway and the results are promising albeit a little on the pricey side. Once the collateral benefits are factored in however, it looks like L.A. just might be onto a viable solution to a hot topic of concern. Click here for the full story.