WELCOME TO THE 'NEED-LESS' LIGHT POLLUTION ANIMATIONS


The 'Need-Less' animation player now shows 8 different clips from random and is freely available to place in your web page. Please show it to help raise awareness of the need to reduce light pollution and save energy.

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MY LIGHT?

Appeals to those who may be using excessive and poorly directed exterior lighting to consider their actions. The alarming scale of waste in this scene may appear exaggerated but it is actually commonplace throughout the world.




 

IT'S COSTING THE EARTH

Highlights the often overlooked but rather serious economic and environmental consequences of light pollution. A Simple and direct message communicates how the visible 'sky glow' we see is evidence of this careless waste.




 

DIM BRIGHT, BRIGHT DIM?

Do we all understand why we use exterior lighting and how to direct it effectively? A smart person is shown to only light their own property. The other way creates waste and could even conceal an intruder with glare!




 

DOWN TO EARTH

It looks impossible here, but 'light pollution can be reversed' if we all switched to efficient lighting that only lights the ground. 'DOWN TO EARTH' lighting saves money, reduces glare and helps to restore the beauty of our night sky.




 

THE SKY'S THE LIMIT !

If we reduce light pollution, then we may all experience the infinite wonders of the universe. This is only possible, however, if we stop outside light from shining above the horizon. The sky literally has to be the limit, to stop light pollution




 

BLIND ACCEPTANCE?

Why does society seem to overlook the serious environmental and economic consequences of wasteful lighting? Increasingly, we tolerate the symptoms but need to combat the problem. Subconsciously, do we 'blindly accept' the issue?




 

OUT LIKE A LIGHT

After midnight when most people are asleep, many outdoor lights remain on all night. We need to adopt 'part-night lighting' by switching off our 'non-essential' lights (midnight - 5am) to save money, reduce light pollution and CO2 emissions.




 

SKY HIGH

Why should our council tax bills rise to cover the increasing costs of energy when so much energy is wasted? If your bills are 'SKY HIGH', your money could be ending up there due to our inefficient, excessive and misdirected outdoor lighting.

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