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Dim the Lights for Nature: A conversation about light pollution, wildlife, people and sustainable cities
May 5, 2022, 6:00 pm - 7:30 pm
Join the conversation and learn more about the impact of light pollution on the Pittsburgh area, what you can do to reduce light pollution at your home and in your neighborhood and why it matters. Associate curator of Anthropocene Studies, Nicole Heller will moderate a discussion with local experts Jon Rice, Urban Bird Conservation Coordinator, Diane Turnshek, Lecturer in the Department of Physics at Carnegie Mellon University, and Nick Liadis, local architect and bird conservationist. The group will discuss research related Lights Out Pittsburgh, Bird Safe Pittsburgh and the Dark Skies Initiative. This Interdisciplinary discussion will share insights and resources to take action, and welcome comments and questions from the audience.
Pre-registration is preferred, but walk-up registrations at time of event are welcome.
Dim the Lights
Thursday May 5, 6 p.m.