Dusk to Dawn: Reducing Light Pollution
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In this one-hour course, the design professional will explore the impacts and assessment strategies of light pollution, including harm done to people and wildlife, and step-by-step guidance to achieve credit under LEED v4.
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- 1. Identify the intent and requirements for SS Credit Light Pollution Reduction in LEED v4
- 2. Determine the lighting zone per the definitions of the Model Lighting Ordinance, and reference the corresponding LEED credit thresholds
- 3. Assess the light pollution impacts of exterior lighting
- 4. Evaluate LEED compliance of light trespass and sky glow using the B.U.G. (backlight, uplight, glare) method.
10 Multiple Choice and True/False Questions
A score of 80% or higher is required to receive a certificate of completion