Light pollution and biodiversity

Light pollution is defined as the over emission of light from artificial sources in wrong directions, amounts or spectra. This phenomenon has traditionally been demanded from astronomy, because an excess of light precludes the accurate observation of the sky. But many things work in relation to biodiversity, which certainly has negative consequences for nocturnal insects, bats and other organisms.

Being aware of the pioneering nature of this field, we work with municipalities, organizations and enterprises evaluating and minimizing the effects of excessive light on the nocturnal wildlife.

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