Watch: The Beauty in the Darkness – Reducing Light Pollution


At the end of August, we teamed up with WE-ED and the New Zealand Institute of Landscape Architects to host a webinar titled The Beauty in the Darkness – Reducing Light Pollution. 


If we weren’t able to join us for the live webinar or would like to experience it again, you can now watch the recording of the webinar here.



WE-EF’s Ronan Marsh outlines that light pollution is the fastest growing pollutant in the world. The ramifications of light pollution are vast, including:


>> endangering ecosystems

>> altering biochemical/circadian rhythms

>> increasing greenhouse gases

>> losing connection to cultural heritage


During this online CPD training, Ronan discusses products you can use to reduce light pollution.

Watch: The Beauty in the Darkness – Reducing Light Pollution


At the end of August, we teamed up with WE-ED and the New Zealand Institute of Landscape Architects to host a webinar titled The Beauty in the Darkness – Reducing Light Pollution. 


If we weren’t able to join us for the live webinar or would like to experience it again, you can now watch the recording of the webinar here.



WE-EF’s Ronan Marsh outlines that light pollution is the fastest growing pollutant in the world. The ramifications of light pollution are vast, including:


>> endangering ecosystems

>> altering biochemical/circadian rhythms

>> increasing greenhouse gases

>> losing connection to cultural heritage


During this online CPD training, Ronan discusses products you can use to reduce light pollution.