Wade McGillis, professor of Earth and Environmental Engineering at Columbia University, stands near his rooftop carbon dioxide monitor last month at an elementary school in the Harlem neighborhood of New York. Researchers are using the urban experiment to track how much of the heat-trapping gas a city, neighborhood or building puts in the atmosphere, and how much the urban environment can suck out.

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