Edition
  • 1st Edition

Semester
  • Fall 2019

Themes
  • Smart communities

The power in the reversibility of light pollution

Summary

Light pollution is the excessive and unnecessary use of artificial lights, leading to negative effects on humans and wildlife alike. This is an issue that is especially prominent in the city of Montreal and the metropolitan area as shown in light pollution heat maps that show the general areas of high and low pollution.

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Consult Project Document

A collaboration between:

City of Montreal

Laboratoire d’innovation urbaine de Montréal

Municipal experts

Patrick Lozeau
Véronique Dufort

University

T263 – History and Theory of Design for Sustainability, Université Concordia, Design and Computation Arts 

Professor

Carmela Cucuzzella

Student team

Molly Taylor
Kelly Patilla