Can society turn down damaging levels of light pollution? | FT Rethink

Artificial light is proving to be an ever-growing threat to biodiversity. It's harmful to pollinating insects, bats and a host of other creatures, including zooplankton, a crucial part of the aquatic food chain. But as the FT’s science editor Clive Cookson explains, scientists at IGB and other institutions are discovering relatively simple ways to light the night in harmony with nature. 

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