Some cities and states are trying to protect our night sky "for the health and wellbeing for all living things.”
An argument for turning off the lights.
The implications for city-dwelling humans aren't great either.
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Bright LED lighting is "uniquely disruptive to human sleep."
It turns out we can actually do a lot toward fixing light pollution.
"Adding shields, switching off lamps, or dimming them at certain times are all practical ways to save energy, reduce glare
“When I came to the U.S., and kicked around from city to city, it took me a while to realize I couldn’t see the stars at
While some countries are struggling to gain access to electricity, others are trying desperately to turn off the lights. Increasingly, we live in a world of "haves" and "have-nots" with regard to natural resources.
This week the International Dark-Sky Association (IDA), astronomy clubs, and a host of U.S. national parks across the country celebrate International Dark Sky Week to raise awareness of light pollution.
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Washing away the wonders of our universe through light pollution is akin to barring access to our forests and oceans and canyons. It leaves us with fewer avenues to explore the natural world as it exists beyond our planet.