No one likes light pollution, obtrusive light, or nuisance light.
Light pollution, obtrusive light, or nuisance light affects people, animals and plants, it wastes energy, and it is completely avoidable. The ILP’s world-renowned guidance on the reduction of obtrusive light was updated in 2020 and in our free CPD session, we invite all lighting engineers, designers, consultants and manufacturers to:
- See Allan Howard BEng (Hons) CEng FILP, panel chair, present the latest GN01 Guidance Notes for the Reduction of Obtrusive Light 2020.
- Understand Table 4 and follow an example approach for calculating light intensity.
- Learn from Emily Bolt BEng (Hons), to discover practical information on what type of products to apply in what situations, available from many manufacturers.
Book now and make a commitment to play your part in a more responsibly lit world.