Monday, April 04, 2016

reduce light pollution

It's International Dark Sky Week. Jennifer Barlow created this event in an effort to help people "enjoy night sky without the effects of light pollution." The International Dark-Sky Association has lots of good information on their web page regarding things you can do. For example, improve your outdoor lighting at home. Talk to your neighbours. Photograph the sky. Educate.

Light pollution matters. Years from now people will truly understand how important this is. We all have a chance to make a difference now.

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