Light pollution is a multifaceted issue that touches on aspects of public health, urban planning, architecture and engineering, and even the arts and humanities. Each discipline has the power to influence the future of our night skies in positive ways by working together to further common goals, share best practices, and become better neighbors! Join the Colorado Plateau Dark Sky Cooperative and the International Dark Sky Association’s Director of Public Policy as we discuss good neighbor policies and practices through the lens of dark sky conservation! Won’t you be our neighbor?
Aubrey Larsen: Coordinator for the Colorado Plateau Dark Sky Cooperative
Sophie Bellina: Assistant Coordinator for the Colorado Plateau Dark Sky Cooperative
John Barentine: Director of Public Policy for the International Dark Sky Association
This webinar will be free to anyone interested. In order to respect everyone’s time we will start promptly April 14th at Noon.
Please RSVP a webinar link will be sent prior to the event:
Dan Feldman – Daniel@RMLC-Utah.Com or Erik Yamashiro – EXY@Spectrum-Engineers.Com