November 14 and 15, 2015 | Embassy Suites | Phoenix, Arizona
The International Dark-Sky Association hosted our 26th Annual General Meeting November 14-15, 2015, in Phoenix, Arizona.
The 2015 conference theme was “One Coin ~ Two Sides: Impacts of Light Pollution to Fish and Wildlife Resources and the Mitigating Role of Emerging Lighting Technologies,” and was a must-attend event for anyone concerned about the ecological impacts of artificial light at night.
- Access to all sessions and presentations
- Meeting program and participant registration contact information
- Complimentary tote bag loaded with conference materials – designed for grocery shopping and other great “post-conference” uses after the meeting
- Meet and greet with authors and conference speakers Travis Longcore and Paul Bogard
- Complimentary “no host” cocktail hour and reception
- Complimentary luncheon
- Full course complimentary breakfast
- Travis Longcore, co-editor of the “Ecological Consequences of Artificial Night Lighting,”
- Paul Bogard, author of “The End of Night: Searching for Natural Darkness in an Age of Artificial Light,”
- Tom O’Hallaren – Former Arizona State Senator and Dark-Sky Advocate
- David Crawford and Tim Hunter – Co-founders of the International Dark-Sky Association
- Karen Trevino – Chief, Natural Sounds and Night Skies Division, National Park Service
- Joelle Gehring,Biologist, Federal Communications Commission, Washington, DC
- Tom Davies – University of Exeter, Exeter, UK
- Senior federal policymakers, and
- Many of the world’s foremost scientists and thought leaders on the subject.
Click here to see the AGM Program.
The conference attracted a diverse array of scientists, lighting professionals and designers, astronomers, educators, university representatives, policy makers, opinion leaders, city planners, government officials, concerned citizens and the general public.
Gold Sponsors – $5000
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Silver Sponsors – $2500
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Bronze Sponsors – $1000
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