International Dark Sky Week

Why we should care about light pollution and a tip

All this week (5 to 12 April) is International Dark Sky Week, which highlights the issue of light pollution.

Poor lighting is an inefficient use of resources (both materials and energy) and so is a contributor to climate change.

Exploring how we can live more sustainably and why we should. Focus on how the individual can make changes to their environmental impact, be informed and drive change.

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Kevin Jones

Kevin Jones

Maritime Sustainability Specialist. Editor of Rethink Convenience, creator of the Sustainability Calendar, and author of the Live Circular newsletter

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