Denver Green Roof Initiative: As nation’s strictest requirements take effect, plenty of uncertainty swirls around law

As the Denver Green Roof Initiative takes effect this week, there still is plenty of uncertainty about how the voter-passed law will work — and whether it will be changed.
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11-11 news: Neonics v. birds; Elections have consequences; UN climate talks

Quite a week. The election gave hope for climate action, but science again showed we're playing a dangerous game with our environment. Here's what you need to know.

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Denver's Green Roof Initiative backers cautiously declare victory

Early returns Tuesday showed the Denver's Green Roof Initiative, a far-reaching measure that would require rooftop gardens on most new buildings (and some existing ones) with at least 25,000 square feet of floor area, has a slight lead.

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