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Economic TimesAnother reason to flip the off switch: light pollutionSpace DailyBut the moment of darkness should also serve as a reminder, activists say, of another problem that gets far less attention: light pollution. More than 80 percent of humanity lives under skies saturated with artificial light, scientists recently ...Another reason to flip the switch this Earth Hour: Light pollutionEconomic TimesMy Republica - Another reason to flip the off switch: light pollutionRepublicaNations dim lights for Earth [...]
Sun, Mar 26, 2017
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East Lothian CourierOwners of controversial chicken shed near Gifford bid to double its sizeEast Lothian CourierA spokesperson for the company had told the committee that it had never had a single complaint about noise, smell or light pollution from any of the other farms it had used to build its successful business over the years and was confident its odour ... [...]
Sun, Mar 26, 2017
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Economic TimesAnother reason to flip the switch off this Earth Hour: Light pollutionEconomic TimesPARIS: For the 11th year running, cities worldwide will turn their lights off Saturday to mark Earth Hour in a global call to action on climate change. But the moment of darkness should also serve as a reminder, activists say, of another problem that ...and more [...]
Sat, Mar 25, 2017
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Sin Chew Jit PohAnother reason to flip the off switch: light pollutionSin Chew Jit PohBut the moment of darkness should also serve as a reminder, activists say, of another problem that gets far less attention: light pollution. More than 80 percent of humanity lives under skies saturated with artificial light, scientists recently ...My Republica - Another reason to flip the off switch: light pollutionRepublicaNations dim lights for Earth HourThe Manila Timesall 3 news articles [...]
Sat, Mar 25, 2017
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RepublicaAnother reason to flip the off switch: light pollutionRepublicaEven the most ardent critics of light pollution are not saying cities should go dark, or that lighting is not an essential element of urban life. But society needs to address a growing list of concerns, they suggest. “In general, it's getting worse ... [...]
Sat, Mar 25, 2017
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RepublicaAnother reason to flip the off switch: light pollutionRepublicaEven the most ardent critics of light pollution are not saying cities should go dark, or that lighting is not an essential element of urban life. But society needs to address a growing list of concerns, they suggest. “In general, it's getting worse ... [...]
Sat, Mar 25, 2017
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CTV NewsAnother reason to flip the off switch for Earth Hour: light pollutionCTV NewsBut the moment of darkness should also serve as a reminder, activists say, of another problem that gets far less attention: light pollution. More than 80 per cent of humanity lives under skies saturated with artificial light, scientists recently ...and more [...]
Sat, Mar 25, 2017
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The Galloway GazetteEarth Hour Day: Why you should turn off all electricity tonight at 8.30pmMetro(Not as easy as it sounds, probably.) Get out some candles or small torches – or just watch the sky, with hopefully a little less light pollution. Lights that are on for safety reasons, like traffic lights, street lights or emergency exit signs ...When the lights go off the stars come outThe Galloway GazetteEarth Hour will turn off the light in [...]
Sat, Mar 25, 2017
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Phys.OrgAnother reason to flip the off switch: light pollutionPhys.OrgBut the moment of darkness should also serve as a reminder, activists say, of another problem that gets far less attention: light pollution. More than 80 percent of humanity lives under skies saturated with artificial light, scientists recently ...and more [...]
Fri, Mar 24, 2017
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One more reason to flip the off switch: light pollutionHuewire NewsBut the moment of darkness should also serve as a reminder, activists say, of another problem that gets far less attention: light pollution. More than 80 per cent of humanity lives under skies saturated with artificial light, scientists recently ... [...]
Fri, Mar 24, 2017
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Hindustan TimesThis Earth Hour, here's another reason to turn the switch off: Light pollutionHindustan TimesBut the moment of darkness should also serve as a reminder, activists say, of another problem that gets far less attention: light pollution. More than 80% of humanity lives under skies saturated with artificial light, scientists recently calculated. In ...and more [...]
Fri, Mar 24, 2017
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South China Morning PostOne more reason to flip the off switch: light pollutionSouth China Morning PostBut the moment of darkness should also serve as a reminder, activists say, of another problem that gets far less attention: light pollution. More than 80 per cent of humanity lives under skies saturated with artificial light, scientists recently ...and more [...]
Fri, Mar 24, 2017
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Yahoo NewsAnother reason to flip the off switch: light pollutionYahoo NewsBut the moment of darkness should also serve as a reminder, activists say, of another problem that gets far less attention: light pollution. More than 80 percent of humanity lives under skies saturated with artificial light, scientists recently ... [...]
Fri, Mar 24, 2017
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VoltimumPhilips flicks switch on bird-friendly energy-saving streetlightswww.businessgreen.comOne of the Netherlands northern most islands, Amelund is part of the Dark Sky World Heritage Wadden Sea Region UNESCO program, which aims to reduce light pollution in the region. The new roll out will see Philips use LED streetlights that make use of ...Dutch island adopts connected street lighting that is friendly to migrating birdsVoltimumAmeland Uses Philips Lighting's Connected Streetlights with Wildlife-Friendly ClearSky TechnologySolid State Lighting Design (press [...]
Fri, Mar 24, 2017
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University of Rochester NewsroomWilson Quad goes dark for Earth HourUniversity of Rochester Newsroom“We want to promote light pollution awareness and increase energy efficiency that will benefit astronomers and general public health,” says Ryan Rubenzahl '18, president of the Astronomy Club and one of the organizers of the University's Earth Hour. [...]
Thu, Mar 23, 2017
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Promoting the proper use of exterior public and private lighting to reduce light pollution