EPA chief: Light pollution 'in our portfolio'
from Washington Examiner
Environmental Protection Agency Administrator Gina McCarthy said light pollution is "in our portfolio" and that the agency is "thinking about it." Light pollution is the introduction of artificial light into the natural environment, emanating from manmade sources like cars lights, night lights and street lights. Light pollution has been blamed for "circadian disruption," which is making it more difficult for people to fall asleep at night, as well as aging and cancer.
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