Light pollution

By light pollution we mean:

  • any form of artificial light radiation that is dispersed outside the areas to which it is functionally directed
  • any form of artificial radiation emitted by lighting fixtures and illuminated surfaces beyond the horizon which has a negative effect on the health of living beings and which negatively affects or interferes with the functionality of ecosystems, resulting in loss of biodiversity.

To report an alleged phenomenon of light pollution, see the link on this page Report light pollution.

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Regional Law 5 October 2015 n. 31 "Measures to improve energy efficiency of external lighting systems with the aim of saving energy and consequent reduction of light pollution".


Updated: 25/03/2022