Why glass skyscrapers are bad for the environment

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12/2/2019 Reading time: 1 minute(s)

Towering glass structures are an environmental nightmare. And there’s a growing consensus that we should stop building them

Two cars, a lemon, and a bottle of Lucozade: just a few of the objects that have been melted by London’s Walkie Talkie building. But the heat radiating off the glass tower’s awkwardly angled 160 meter tall walls isn’t the heat we should be most worried about. The Walkie Talkie, like all glass skyscrapers, is warming up the world in a much more all-encompassing way.