About the Model Lighting Ordinance:
In June 2011 the International Dark-Sky Association and the Illuminating Engineering Society of North America passed a Model Lighting Ordinance.
The Model Lighting Ordinance is a lighting template that was designed to help municipalities develop outdoor lighting standards to reduce glare, light trespass, and skyglow.
Do you want to learn more about the MLO?
Join us on Wednesday, October 17 at Drake Observatory in Des Moines, Iowa for a session on the Model Lighting Ordinance. Find out how it can be used to promote energy conservation and limit the effects of light pollution such as glare and light trespass. Presented by IDA Managing Director, W. Scott Kardel.
What: An Introduction to the Model Lighting Ordinance
When: Wednesday, October 17, 2012 from 1:00 pm–4:00 pm
Where: Drake Observatory, Des Moines, Iowa
To learn more about the MLO training session please contact, W. Scott Kardel
phone: 520-293-3198 ext. 406
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