The December 2013 issue of Men's Journal featured a nine-page article on light pollution. Read "How Light Pollution is Stealing the Night Sky."
Check out IDA's new lighting estimates: World Outdoor Lighting Facts. Click here to see a larger graphic
The IDA’s 2013 Annual General Meeting brought together a wide-range of dark sky advocates to discuss night sky preservation. Details Here >>>
IDA Board Member, Kelly Beatty, was interviewed on Slashdot about the importance of protecting the night sky and how LEDs are encouraging the change. Read More >>
The 34,000-acre Chaco Culture National Historical Park has been designated as the world's newest "Gold Tier" International Dark Sky Park. Read more >>
Congratulations to Sam Finn, winner of the IDA Dark Sky Giveaway contest. Here's Sam with his new Tele Vue eyepieces donated by Tele Vue Optics.
Christopher Kyba, a member of the IDA Board of Directors, has successfully crowdsourced a citizen science project (Skyglow Berlin Project) for kids in Berlin. Read More in English and see the project home page (in German)
The International Dark-Sky Association recently became the recipient of a grant from the Uwingu Fund in support of the new IDA- program Save Our Stars. Read the IDA Press Release >>
Arizona Illustrated covers light pollution with 2 TV stories. Watch their broadcast from December 16
and their shorter report Light, Color Affect Life All Around.
Malibu Community Alliance hosts an event to save the stars... Read More>>
New Outdoor Lighting Ordinance for Goochland County Virginia Read More>>
Astronomers and dark sky-advocates take note—you can now measure the brightness of the night sky using your smartphone. Read the IDA Press Release >>