The Arizona Technology Council will be exhibiting in Flagstaff this August for a two-and-a-half day Summit to find common and innovative solutions to the growing threat from poorly filtered outdoor LED light proliferation in the Southwest including the loss of visual access to the universe of stars and galaxies above us and damage to life around us. Be part of a growing movement to protect the economic and scientific value of Dark Skies in the Southwest, where higher elevations, clear skies, and lower humidity provide World Class night sky viewing and where excessive night time glow interferes with biological cycles of humans and other living organisms. Gain a better understanding of the significance of Dark Skies to the region, nation and the world, and leave with a set of practical tools for protecting this resource in your communities.
The Summit will occur on August Monday, 18 – Tuesday, August 20, 2014 in Flagstaff, Arizona. For more information go to keystone.org/darkskies.