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Student ideas for green roof make school a teaching lab

At Boston Latin, sustainability is goal

An artist’s rendering of the Boston Latin School’s green roof shows a new stairway and elevator, as well as a greenhouse and cafeteria. The greenhouse will be heated by solar thermal panels. An artist’s rendering of the Boston Latin School’s green roof shows a new stairway and elevator, as well as a greenhouse and cafeteria. The greenhouse will be heated by solar thermal panels. (Studio G Architects)
By June Q. Wu
Globe Correspondent / July 26, 2010

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Take Boston Latin School, and pack on top of its building a weather station, a greenhouse, two outdoor classrooms, a cafeteria, and a garden. Then add solar panels, wind turbines, and the outdoor elevator. (Full article: 876 words)

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