ILP Durham CPD: Northern England Dark Skies – sharing good practice
As a lighting industry and profession, through LED technology we have made huge strides in reducing energy use and carbon emissions. Our next challenge is reduce light pollution to safeguard wildlife and protect people’s enjoyment of star laden Dark Skies.
Our two speakers in this webinar will share some context driving these issues, and show pilots of good practice in public realm and business property lighting from Cumbria, the Lake District and the North York Moors Dark Sky Reserve. We can work together across different interests to mainstream Dark Sky compliant lighting both in the North of England and UK-wide.
Speakers: Jack Ellerby, Dark Skies Cumbria Project Officer at Friends of the Lake District and Mike Hawtin, Dark Skies Project Manager for NYMNP.
Hosted by: Ray Keane BSc IEng MILP – Chair, ILP Durham.
Attendees can pre-register for a VIP experience: to attend the events live and ask questions, ILP members can book a free place, and non-members are welcome upon payment of the low price of £10 per session.
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