How do we encourage people to save something they’ve never seen?
Light pollution is a growing problem that is affecting urban areas across the world. The improper and overuse of lighting through cities continues to grow, as now two-thirds of Americans and Europeans can't see the Milky Way. And while the poetic loss of the night sky carries its own implications, new evidence is emerging that connects a number of health problems with excessive and invasive lighting.
From disrupted circadian rhythms, to altered migratory patterns of animals, to the age-old loss of something unimaginably greater than us, light pollution affects our world in so many ways. And yet, it is a problem that is solvable.