Wed Oct 9, 8:00pm, 411 West Hall, UM — Andrew Gardner will present on Light Pollution at the UM Student Astronomical Society. If you haven’t seen our presentations, this is a great opportunity on campus!
Aug 21, 2:00pm EDT webinar on “Bird Safe Portland: Developing a Bird-friendly Buildings and Dark Sky Campaign” will describe data collection, developing a Resource Guide, and legislative advocacy to integrate Bird Safe measures into Portland’s Green Building Policy and zoning code. It will also discuss tactics, best practices, resources, collaborations and key stakeholders in their urban hazard reduction campaign. Sponsored by US Fish & Wildlife Service. Register at This URL.
Northern Michigan has among the few areas in the United States with “pristine” night skies almost entirely devoid of light pollution, according to a new study.
“Smart” adaptive driving beam (ADB) headlights are already in use in other parts of the world. Supposedly they know how to cut glare, but they are on high beams by default.