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Save the Date | IDA 2017 Annual General Meeting November 10-12

Save the Date! 2017 IDA Annual General Meeting & Conference   Reclaiming the Night Policy and Technology as Tools of Change November 10, 11 & 12, 2017   Hilton Boston Back Bay 40 Dalton Street… Read More

IDA’s 2016 Annual General Meeting in Review

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On December 3, 2016, we hosted our Annual General Meeting at the Aloft hotel in Tucson, AZ. Our theme, “Harnessing the Power of the Grassroots to Reduce Light Pollution and its Environmental Impacts Worldwide,” describes… Read More

IDA Annual Conference is a Great Success

Travis Longcore, light pollution researcher and Karen Trevino, chief of the NPS Natural Sounds and Night Skies Division, speaking at the 2015 AGM Plenary Session.

The 2015 AGM conference was a great success! The Embassy Suites in Phoenix was filled with people from all over the world passionate about protecting our night skies. The conference theme, “One Coin ~ Two Sides… Read More

2015 AGM Conference Abstracts Are Available

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Conference Abstracts One Coin ~ Two Sides Impacts of Light Pollution to Fish and Wildlife Resources and the Mitigating Role of Emerging Lighting Technologies * Presenters' PowerPoint presentations will be available soon. Saturday November 14… Read More

IDA Honors Dark Sky Advocates

Bill Wren of the McDonald Observatory in Texas recieved the Hoag-Robison Award from IDA Board President.

Every year volunteers from around the globe show remarkable dedication and initiative in supporting the IDA mission. The IDA awards program recognizes individuals who have given generously of their time to dramatically improve our nighttime… Read More

IDA 26th Annual General Meeting Program

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November 14 and 15, 2015 | Embassy Suites Hotel Phoenix | Scottsdale, ArizonaRegister Now   Annual General Meeting Schedule and Speakers One Coin ~ Two Sides: Impacts of Artificial Night Lighting on Fish and Wildlife… Read More

The IDA 2015 Annual General Meeting

One Coin two Sides-Impacts of Light Pollution to Fish and Wildlife Resources and the Mitigating Role of Emerging Lighting Technologies

The International Dark-Sky Association hosted our 26th Annual General Meeting November 14-15, 2015, in Phoenix, Arizona. The 2015 conference theme was “One Coin ~ Two Sides: Impacts of Light Pollution to Fish and Wildlife Resources and the Mitigating… Read More