Articles and information from around the web…
- Night Moves: Preserving the Sublime at One of the Darkest Places in America — a long, but well-written and comprehensive piece on light pollution and humankind’s connection to the starry night sky.
- Starlight VS. Streetlight: ensuring the LED revolution doesn’t worsen light pollution – from Volume One
- Bright White Streetlights Giving Bugs the Blues – article and recorded radio interview (2 mins) from WNYC
- What have we lost now that we can no longer read the sky? An essay from Aeon about humanity’s connections to the stars and what we’ve lost now that we’re disconnected from the sky.
- A third of humanity can’t see the Milky Way. What can we do to fix that? — from the Christian Science Monitor
- EPA chief: Light pollution ‘in our portfolio’ – from the Washington Examiner
- Light pollution is hot-wiring Spring, scientists say — Lux Review magazine
- New York’s LED Streetlights: A Crime Deterrent to Some, a Nuisance to Others – from the NY Times, misstates the intent of LED Streetlight bill in the City Council; and Council Member Rosenthal did not ask DOT to shut off the new LED streetlights: she asked DOT to revert the streetlights back to High Pressure Sodium due to citizen complaints about the glare and light trespass
- Street Lights – The truth revealed — (Video, 10:34) do streetlights make us safer?
- Bob Crelin wants you to see the stars — (Video, 3:35) Bob Crelin discusses his inspiration for fighting to restore the dark starry sky