Project good practices

Updating policy to include light pollution issues

Summary: Hungarian Government Decree 211/2012 (VII. 30.) amending the 253/1997 (XII. 20.) Government Decree about the National Requirements of Building and Town Planning

Location: Közép-Magyarország, Hungary (Magyarország)

Hortobágy International Dark Sky Park

Summary: Hortobágy Starry Sky Park was announced as a Silver Tier International Dark Sky Park on 25 January 2011

Location: Észak-Alföld, Hungary (Magyarország)

Quick Scan Light pollution Waddensea leading to promises (quick...

Summary: Inventory of light sources around the Wadden Sea (scan), exploration of options for reducing light emissions, making agreements about actions (quick wins)

Location: Friesland (NL), Netherlands (Nederland)

FESTIVALITO LA PALMA- STARS FILM FESTIVAL OF THE CANARY ISLANDS

Summary: It is about creating a new cultural and touristic project that attracts a public specialized in cinema to the island : Festivalito, the Stars Film Festival.

Location: Canarias, Spain (España)

TURN THE LIGHT OFF AND TURN THE STARS ON

Summary: In commemoration of the Starlight Declaration of La Palma, in april, we turn off the light for 1 hour to see the stars in all 14 municipalities from La Palma.

Location: Canarias, Spain (España)

Samso – a dark sky island #2

Summary: Lighting technology to reduce light pollution Change to LED street Lighting on the Island of Samsø

Location: Midtjylland, Denmark (Danmark)

Samsoe – a dark sky island

Summary: Identify and develop a dark sky area on Samsoe island – Dark Sky Samsoe by bottom up approach and involvement of the local citizens and civic associations

Location: Midtjylland, Denmark (Danmark)

Memorandum of understanding Dark Sky World Heritage Waddensea

Summary: 43 stakeholders in the Waddensea region have signed a memorandum of understanding ‘Dark Sky World Heritage Waddensea' to fight light pollution.

Location: Drenthe, Netherlands (Nederland)

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