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Author Ekirch, A.R.
Title (up) At Day’s Close – Night in Times Past Type Book Whole
Year 2005 Publication W. W. Norton & Company, New York, London Abbreviated Journal
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Call Number LoNNe @ kagoburian @ Serial 1035
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Author Bergmann, V.
Title (up) Auswirkungen der Sportplatzbeleuchtung auf die Umgebung Type Book Whole
Year 1994 Publication Sport und Buch Strauss, Ed. Sport, 1994 Abbreviated Journal
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Language German Summary Language Original Title
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Call Number LoNNe @ kagoburian @ Serial 994
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Author Deleuil, J.-M.
Title (up) Éclairer la ville autrement Type Journal Article
Year 2009 Publication StadtLicht – Lichtkonzepte für die Stadtgestaltung. Abbreviated Journal
Volume Issue Pages 31–33
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Call Number LoNNe @ kagoburian @ Serial 1023
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Author Nguyen, B.P.; Postma, E.; Ekkers, D.; Degener, F.; Mejier, T.
Title (up) Bad Kissingen : a blueprint for future urban design Type Report
Year 2013 Publication University Groningen Abbreviated Journal
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Keywords chronobiology, economy, society, urban design
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Call Number LoNNe @ schroer @ Serial 1061
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Author Kamrowski, R.L.; Sutton, S.G.; Tobin, R.C.; Hamann, M.
Title (up) Balancing artificial light at night with turtle conservation? Coastal community engagement with light-glow reduction Type Journal Article
Year 2015 Publication Environmental Conservation Abbreviated Journal Envir. Conserv.
Volume 42 Issue 02 Pages 171-181
Keywords Society; behaviour; community engagement; conservation; constraints; light pollution; marine turtles
Abstract Artificial lighting is a significant threat to biodiversity. Although efforts to reduce lighting are crucial for species’ conservation efforts, management is challenging because light at night is integral to modern society and light use is increasing with population and economic growth. The development and evaluation of appropriate light management strategies will require positive public support, and a comprehensive understanding of public engagement with light pollution. This is the first study to examine public engagement with reducing light at night for the protection of a threatened species. A community campaign to reduce artificial light use was initiated in 2008 to protect marine turtles at a globally significant nesting beach. Semi-structured questionnaires assessed community engagement with light-glow reduction, using an existing theoretical constraints framework. Despite high levels of cognitive and affective engagement (knowledge and concern), behavioural engagement (action) with light reduction in this community was limited. Community perceptions of light reduction were dominated by ‘uncertainty and scepticism’ and ‘externalizing responsibility/blame’, implying that behavioural engagement in this community may be increased by addressing these widely-held perceptions using modified campaign materials and/or strategic legislation. Further refinement of the theoretical constraints framework would better guide future empirical and conceptual research to improve understanding of public engagement with critical environmental issues.
Address School of Earth and Environmental Sciences, James Cook University, Townsville, QLD, 4811, Australia, ruth.kamrowski(at)my.jcu.edu.au
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Call Number IDA @ john @ Serial 1284
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