Don't let this rainy winter fool you.
Los Angeles is still in the midst of a drought and this summer will likely be another scorcher. L.A. Mayor Eric Garcetti says he wants to change that. Last week, he announced plans to decrease the city's temperature by 3 degrees over the next twenty years. One of the ways researchers are testing lower the heat is by replacing the city’s asphalt with high-tech material that’s more reflective.
But how feasible is that? And who will foot the bill?
George Ban-Weiss, professor of Civil and Environmental Engineering at the University of Southern California
Matt Peterson, chief sustainability officer for Mayor Eric Garcetti's office