photo of a white roof of a house built near the sea in BermudaIn The Atlantic, Eric Scigliano (@SeattleFlotsam) walks us through his recent decision to install a light-colored roof on his Seattle home to help cool his house and fight climate change — and investigates why these roofs aren’t more widely used given their clear benefits to city and household temperatures, health risks, and energy usage. (Spoiler: Cost is part of it, but so is “Zillow syndrome.”) Photo by Acroterion via Wikimedia Commons