Wisconsin Public Radio Shows

Buy the CD online “Beauty in the Night Sky” Joy Cardin w/guest David Liebl Friday, Dec. 2, 2005 6:00 AM There’s beauty in the night sky, and according to Joy Cardin’s guest, we could enjoy it more and save energy if we reduce light pollution. Guest: David Liebl, Pollution Prevention Specialist with the University of […]

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How to Sell a Lighting Ordinance to a Municipality

by Doug Paulin February 5, 2003 Municipal trustees don’t like complaints from their citizens. It means that they have to be in a re-active mode, and use problem-solving skills. If the complaint is lodged by a citizen against another citizen of the same municipality, the municipal trustees see a big “lose-lose situation” coming up, where […]

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Shedding as Little Light as Possible is OK in This Case

Shedding as Little Light as Possible is OK in This Case A cautionary lesson for Door County is contained in the glow from the southwest. The lights needed to serve the 100,000 residents of Green Bay bounce off the clouds or provide an iridescent radiance that blots out the view of the stars. With an […]

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Light Plight – Kenosha Bulletin

Light Plight Experts say sky glow a problem in Southeastern Wisconsin by Kristan Constant/Kenosha Bulletin staff On a warm June night, look at the starry Wisconsin sky. Can you find the Big and Little Dippers? Where is the North Star? Does the night sky look the way you remembered it? Probably not, and the reason […]

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