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Webinar: Bats and Artificial Lighting at Night -ILP GN08/23

20 February 2024 12:00 pm - 1:30 pm
An introduction to the document, and why it is important for Lighting Designers and Ecologists can work together.

GN08/23 is the latest version of the best practice document produced by the Bats Conservation trust and The Institution of Lighting Professionals.

Bat specialists, Ecologists and Lighting Consultants have worked together to produce the document using the latest research and trials.

Guy Harding, ILP Technical Manager, will be presenting an introduction to the document, why it is important, and how Lighting Designers and Ecologists can work together to manage the balance between protecting the species and providing light to ensure human safety.

The latest LED sources, how the effect of artificial lighting on bats can be reduced and the mitigation hierarchy of lighting will be discussed, along with the case studies of best practice included in the document.

Date and Time: Tuesday 20th February at 12pm

Duration: Around 45 mins with a Q& A session at the end.

How to attend. Once booked you will b e sent the details for the online TEAMS meeting.

PRICES

Member : £60 Plus VAT

Non Member : £105 plus VAT

You can pay by debit or credit card.

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Date:
20th February
Time:
12:00 pm - 1:30 pm
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Website:
https://www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/webinar-bats-and-artificial-lighting-at-night-ilp-gn0823-tickets-781333297927

Venue

Institution of Lighting Professionals
Regent House, Regent Place
Rugby, Warwickshire CV21 2PN United Kingdom

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