Citizens’ Actions Against Light Pollution
Due to the wide reach of media reports about scientific research and technological tools such as the world wide web (WWW), the Internet, and web browsers, citizens today have access to factual information about the negative impact of artificial light at night (ALAN) on their dark skies, and their health and well-being. This means they can now make educated decisions and take the necessary steps to help protect themselves and their communities from disruptive light pollution.
Presnted here is an "Assessment of Citizens’ Actions Against Light Pollution with Guidelines for Future Actions".
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