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Urban Lighting, Light Pollution and Society

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ISBN-13:
9781317602460
Einband:
Ebook
Seiten:
324
Autor:
Josiane Meier
eBook Typ:
Adobe Digital Editions
eBook Format:
EPUB
Kopierschutz:
2 - DRM Adobe
Sprache:
Englisch
Beschreibung:

Part I: Lighting up the City: Perceptions and Practices; Introduction; 1. Out of the Dark: A Brief History of Artificial Light in Outdoor Spaces; 2. The Transformation of American Urban Space - Early Electric Lighting, 1875-1915; 3. From Shakespearean Nights to Light Pollution: (Artificial) Light in Anglophone Literature; 4. The Emergence of Public Nightlife in Nineteenth Century Istanbul; 5. The Rich Potentialities of Light Festivals: Defamiliarisation, a Sense of Place and Convivial Atmospheres; Part II: Dimming it Down: Lighting Conflicts and Regulation; Introduction; 1. Lighting Conflicts from a Historical Perspective; 2. Regulating Urban Lighting - Prospects for Institutional Change; 3. Lighting Master Plans - Status Quo, Possibilities and Limitations; 4. Regulating Light Pollution in Europe: Legal Challenges and Ways Forward; 5. Designating Dark Sky Areas: Actors and Interests; Part III: Counting the Costs: Evaluating Light and Darkness; Introduction; 1. The Economics of Night-Time Illumination; 2. Residents' perceptions of light and darkness; 3. Improved Visibility of the Night Sky: An Economic Analysis; 4. The Value of the Night Sky; 5. Night lights - an indicator for the good life?; Towards a Brighter Future? - Conclusions for Lighting Research and Policy
After decades "in the shadows", urban lighting is re-emerging as a matter of public debate. Long-standing truths are increasingly questioned as a confluence of developments affects lighting itself and the way it is viewed. Light has become an integral element of place-making and energy-saving initiatives alike. Rapidly evolving lighting technologies are opening up new possibilities, but also posing new challenges to planners, and awareness is growing that artificial illumination is not purely benign but can actually constitute a form of pollution. As a result, public policy frameworks, incentives and initiatives are undergoing a phase of innovation and change that will affect how cities are lit for years to come.

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