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ROLAN 2022

Standard Rate
FREE
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FREE
  • Lighting
Date
12 May - 31 Oct 2022
Time
09:00 AM - 08:00 PM
Location
Live Online
CPD Hours
10.0
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“When lighting professionals are better educated, the benefits of this extend to everyone.”

 

We are pleased to announce the first international Responsible Outdoor Lighting at Night Online Conference (ROLAN 2022) 12-13 May 2022.


ROLAN 2022 is a two-day online conference and a live panel discussion about the topic of responsible outdoor lighting which connects both research and practice. This conference will utilise the immense depth of knowledge, expertise, and innovation, as well as the unique perspective of each field, in order to broaden horizons, increase understanding, and improve communication between the two. The ultimate aim is to facilitate much-needed collaboration and the support necessary to improve lighting practice and to enhance research as well as networking opportunities between researchers, practitioners and manufacturers.


Thirty-one renowned speakers from countries including Australia, Belgium, France, Germany, Great Britain (UK), Finland, France, Italy, Poland, Portugal, Slovenia, Spain, and the United States of America (USA), with insights about their field of expertise (lighting design, environmental science, biology, astronomy, medical science and legal aspects) will present talks related to research and practice in four dedicated sessions: (1) Losing our dark nights, (2) Best lighting practice(s) to reduce light pollution, (3) Light pollution legal aspects and (4) The impact of light exposure at night on the environment and humans. 


The event offers an outstanding occasion for practitioners, lighting professionals (designers and engineers), architects, town planners, landscape designers, lighting industry (manufacturers), local authorities, lighting advocates, ecologists, and researchers to keep up-to-date with recent findings.