Daylight at night – the consequences of a world without darkness

We don’t tend to think of artificial light in terms of pollution. Most often it’s something positive; it helps us find our way around the house after dark, lets us read signs along the roads during night-time drives, and makes us feel safer while walking through cities at night. But the problem with our increasingly illuminated lifestyle is that we’re inadvertently messing with nature’s sensitive regulation systems, all fine-tuned by millions of years of evolution.

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