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Today's Date: 05/21/2024 14:57:27
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86  signatures collected as of 05/21/2024

Petition last signed on 06/20/2023 19:07:23

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NameCountryCommentsSignature DateReferred By
Shane SweeneyUnited States 06/20/2023 19:07:23 
yizhou liuChina 12/11/2020 23:15:34Family/Friend
Jonathan DrewesUnited States 12/06/2020 16:32:29Google
Jason MitchellUnited States 07/16/2020 17:17:28Google
冯 爱华China 12/29/2019 07:06:34 
Glenn WilliamsUnited StatesLight pollution is an incredibly important environmental and aesthetic issue that gets little attention. My town is switching the street lights over to more appropriate lighting. Much less light pollution and the streets are lit better. 07/16/2017 14:04:21Google
Richard RobertsonUnited StatesSave money and improve quality of life07/24/2016 16:06:08Google
Diane KnutsonUnited StatesInterested in bringing forth a Light Out Movement for model lighting ordinance to protect our dark sky resource.04/25/2016 15:10:44Google
James ClelandCanada 10/16/2015 20:54:03Google
Michael WielandUnited StatesI agree that too much energy is wasted to light up deserted areas at night. A more efficient way of providing visibility and safety needs to be developed in order for light pollution to recede. It is inconceivable why an opportunity that addresses so many issues is not investigated more extensively. Thank you. Sincerely Michael Wieland08/12/2015 12:25:46Google
James ClelandCanada 08/08/2015 10:54:03Google
Ryan JohnstonUnited States 07/21/2015 20:03:48Google
glenn shillerUnited StatesLight pollution is a continuing problem and hopefully with education and limiting lighting to minimum standards required for safety we can get the skies back to where people can enjoy the night skies again without driving for miles.12/10/2014 03:39:38Google
Lindsey VanderlaanUnited States 11/09/2014 12:50:29 
James WallaceUnited States 06/12/2014 07:31:42 
David LewisUnited StatesFUCK LIGHT POLLUTION05/29/2014 13:55:04i stumbled on it doing research
Jeremy RawleyUnited States 04/16/2014 16:54:41Google
Cheryl CarneyUnited StatesTexas become a light omitting beacon with communities having loosely regulated ordinances; creating long pockets of light pollution though the highway systems, unshielded lighting installed by municipal run power company (CPS), and is now trying to reduce lighting around military bases and observatories. Texas is not a great big bluest sky any longer.04/14/2014 12:03:01Google
KENNETH skinnerUnited Statesi would be nice to limit outside lighting at night. 04/07/2014 15:43:53Google
lisa skinnerUnited Statesi would be nice to limit outside lighting at night. 04/07/2014 15:41:35Google
Patty MullaneyUnited States 04/02/2014 01:07:59Google
Wesley GonzalezUnited States 03/18/2014 06:49:01Google
Wesley GonzalezUnited StatesLight pollution is a serious issue that needs to be addressed. We must spread the word03/18/2014 06:41:59Google
dr premraj pushpakaranIndia 03/11/2014 23:25:14E-Mail
Joshua KrugerUnited States 06/10/2013 17:46:55 
Michelle PerezUnited States 05/24/2013 12:10:18Family/Friend
Jacquelyn CastroUnited States 04/25/2013 21:38:04Google
Louis HermanUnited States 01/17/2013 11:43:51Google
Sierra CokerUnited States 01/05/2013 11:13:33Google
Aliya SarwarUnited States 08/06/2012 22:36:10 
steven timmUnited States 05/20/2012 18:33:16 
Michael LeclercUnited States 05/15/2012 09:49:39 
Annie AmroseUnited States 01/30/2012 13:03:44Family/Friend
john kirkpatrickGreat Britain & Northern IrelandI would like to see street lights less bright or even switched off after a certain time, I am unable to use my telescope as well as many others living in Dumfries. We have street lights less than 15meters apart and it would also save our council money and as dumfries and galloway is reconised as a dark site for astronomy, Dumfries town spoils it all with the heavy pollution for such a small town 09/10/2011 12:53:36Google
Elena KharchenkoUnited States 05/10/2011 07:50:08E-Mail
Lisa GonzalezUnited StatesI think this is a very informative not to mention beautiful website and we should all learn to do the right thing! Thank you for your insight! :)01/31/2011 22:39:24Family/Friend
Carlos GonzalezPortugal 01/14/2011 10:07:12Google
Peter AldrichUnited StatesI would like to see what a real night sky is suppose to look like.07/07/2010 20:59:45Google
Jack NelsonUnited States 09/30/2009 11:51:56Yahoo Groups
Dave FairmanUnited States 05/21/2009 16:20:16Google
Sean RoachUnited States 02/17/2009 21:30:18 
Jerri GrahamUnited States 12/09/2008 16:51:43Family/Friend
wesley frosoloneUnited States 09/07/2008 14:25:32Google
Mike TerrellUnited States 09/02/2008 20:41:13 
David SindelUnited StatesThank you so much for caring about light pollution here in connecticut. I live about 3 miles from the Mohegan Sun Casino - it lowers the limiting magnitude from 5.6 to 3.6 in its direction!08/24/2008 22:38:54Google
J. Arnold RaceyUnited StatesIn the area in which I've lived for 30 years, the lighting I object to most is the "decorative" lighting: Lighting is aimed upwards from the ground to highlight flags---and a MONSTROUS set of 3 church crosses. The excessive humidity in my locality further increases the awful glow set up by these shafts of light! I need dark skies when I pray! I feel closest to God when outdoors, and the man-made glowing sky foists a thick veil to distract me with anger at the thoughtlessness of man. Human selfishness attempts to distract us from our Creator---and they're increasingly more successful at it. It's a comfort to see God's beautiful sky! While astronomers might not place the same emphasis on God as I, we've common ground on which we agree: PLEASE pass---AND enforce---legislation to restore our dark skies! I, too, enjoy the planets, comets, and other naked-eye phenomena in the heavens!07/18/2008 04:27:18Forum
Sam EnglandUnited StatesIt's hard to believe that it seems only astronomers are passionate about this issue. Everyone used to love to stargaze. Perhaps its been so long since so many people could see the stars that they've almost forgotten that they are there. I'm surprised, looking at the satellite map that one can even see the planets in Connecticut.06/22/2008 21:15:45Forum
Robert HinmanUnited StatesKeep Up the good work I'm an NRDC member.06/07/2008 17:43:44E-Mail
dr. PREMRAJ PUSHPAKARANIndiayyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyy06/03/2008 10:18:12Google
Claudio BettiniItalyWhat's the purpose of illuminating the sky? We have this problem in Italy too. You go to parks and you see lighting on the ground illuminating a tree!!! What's the purpose of that? We are using resources for nothing and pay for them. Governments think of ways to raise our taxes yet they fail to see that there are way to conserve energy and billions of dollars that could be spent wisely to support other human causes. Unfortunately, we live in a society where the bottom line became more important than our own very basic needs. I wish you the best of luck in your quest.05/16/2008 16:37:28E-Mail
Kristin JayUnited StatesGood luck to you with this! :) Kristin05/07/2008 07:28:24Family/Friend
Tom O'BrienUnited States 05/06/2008 22:23:40 
Maureen SteinerUnited StatesThe stars at night...are SUPPOSED to burn BIG and BRIGHT...and not just in the heart of Texas. :)05/02/2008 16:14:54Family/Friend
Elizabeth SpaethUnited StatesGreat efforts, keep up the good work!04/30/2008 20:26:26Family/Friend
thomas spaethUnited Statesgreat cause, good luck04/30/2008 19:52:16Family/Friend
Rathnasree NandivadaIndiaLiving in a city like Delhi, India, I feel that all possible inspiration that stars provide, the sense of peace and a oneness with the Universe that they give, has been taken away from our children who are condemned to live in cities like this. What is it that one can do, to mitigate this problem in any way?04/25/2008 04:05:30Google
Matt ValentinoUnited StatesHappy Earth Day04/22/2008 20:19:33Family/Friend
ROBERT SINITIEREUnited States 04/20/2008 20:35:47 
Bob AndersonUnited States 04/18/2008 13:10:08 
John McMahonUnited States 04/18/2008 10:30:03 
Tom NeeleyUnited States 04/18/2008 08:34:00 
John BuckleyUnited StatesReduce light, save energy, fight global warming.04/17/2008 21:51:30 
Bruce BockiusUnited States 04/17/2008 20:08:59 
Ginger MayfieldUnited StatesLight pollution hurts us all. Appropriate lighting can reduce not only light pollution but wasteful energy consumption. We all deserve to live in a world where we aren't blinded by unnecessary light.04/17/2008 19:58:25 
Susan BaschUnited States 04/17/2008 15:16:07 
Valerio GiulianiCanadaI cannot believe how much energy is waisted just lighting up buildings, signs and roads in the wrong way. People should see a non polluted sky to understand what they are missing.04/17/2008 13:24:36 
Derek JavaUnited StatesI don't live in CT, but I support anti-light pollution anywhere and everywhere. 04/17/2008 13:12:11 
Hunter WilsonUnited StatesThis is a MAJOR issue, not just in it's impact to the economy and environment with wasted power and disruption of natural cycles, but also in it's degradation to the human psyche. Please consider this problem with great care.04/17/2008 13:00:52 
Escence DurkinUnited States 04/16/2008 17:15:10 
Anne WernerUnited States 04/14/2008 15:00:45 
Nancy FallonUnited States 04/13/2008 17:11:06 
Umair ButtUnited States 04/11/2008 20:52:39 
Lisa PascarellaUnited States 04/01/2008 22:58:46 
Margaret QuinnUnited States 04/01/2008 17:04:24 
Marcy DeMassaUnited States 04/01/2008 09:08:12 
Gary ErskineUnited States 04/01/2008 08:39:50 
Margaret Pyrch-BowlanUnited States 04/01/2008 08:14:41 
Jim KingseppUnited States 03/27/2008 12:02:52 
PAMELA SHEPPARDUnited States 03/27/2008 08:38:33 
Kathy PersonsUnited States 03/26/2008 23:09:38 
eric jacobUnited States 03/24/2008 16:51:50 
claudio bettiniItaly 03/24/2008 16:40:43 
Rebecca CullenUnited States 03/24/2008 14:59:44 
Leela ArumughamUnited States 03/24/2008 14:37:44 
Diane MillanUnited States 03/24/2008 12:01:39 
janis alexanderUnited States 03/23/2008 13:21:02 


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