Posted by ThatHelps Team
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Interest: Wildlife & Habitats

Purpose: Promote

Under 5 mins.

It may seem harmless, but light pollution has far-reaching consequences that are harmful to all living things.

This International Dark Sky Week, take 1 minute and learn what light pollution does. (Tap “Join” above!)

Less than 100 years ago, everyone could look up and see a spectacular starry night sky. Now, millions of children across the globe will never experience the Milky Way where they live.

Light pollution can:
✅disrupt wildlife
✅impact human health
✅waste money and energy
✅contribute to climate change
✅block our view of the universe

Light pollution is increasing at 2x rate of population growth. 83% of the global population lives under a light-polluted sky.

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If you’re interested in learning more:

Stay tuned for more on how you can contribute to solving light pollution.

📸: The New York Times