Tag: light pollution

    The Red Sea view of the Milky Way “must be preserved” – Dark Sky certification on The Red Sea Project

    Let’s get to know what TRSDC’s Ian Williamson and Cundall’s Andrew Bissell talk about working on a never-before-accomplished Dark Sky certification on The Red Sea Project, which is about the size of the country of Belgium. The original articl was published by Mepmiddleeast. Saudi Arabia’s Public Investment Fund (PIF)-led The Red Sea Development Company (TRSDC) […]

    Hundreds of migratory birds died because of collisions with glass skyscrapers in New York

    Hundreds of migratory birds collided with glass skyscrapers in flight were reported dead in New York last week, Dezeen reports. During the day, birds are confused by the sky’s reflection in the glass facades of skyscrapers, and at night they are disoriented by a bright light in the windows. On the morning of September 14, […]

    Creating the vibrant Red Sea without polluting the night sky

    When we think about the biggest threats to the environment, carbon emissions, rising sea levels, and plastic waste are often the most immediate issues that come to mind. However, what is often overlooked is the severe problem of light pollution and the potentially detrimental impact it can have on our planet’s wildlife and ecosystems. Light […]