Then this law against light pollution at night can increase the difference between small and big companies because small companies won’t be able to pay such a fine (this problem can be resolved because in some countries, the fine depends on the company turnover). Moreover, people against this kind of law think that retailers and restorers are paying electricity, it is not the government so they can do what they want with it.
Between these two points of view strongly opposed, some think that the amicable solution would be to leave the light or signs and install movement detectors. Ways to act for change Nowadays, the law exists in many countries and most of the time it only concerns cities with more than 100 000 inhabitants from 1am to 6pm.
People living in big cities join small groups gathered around the fight against light pollution. They do direct and nonviolent actions which are regularly conducted in various cities. They consist of off brands that often remain on all night, lowering levers switches inter-fire located outside shops. As signs are often commercial actions debunkers join the movement in their struggle against aggression advertising. Another way is that citizens can talk to retailers and restorers, to raise their awareness about energy waste and light pollution. Consumers have an enormous power of persuasion so they can use it for a worthy cause.
The ecological transition of the society requires everyone participation. People want to act with stakeholders to raise awareness and encourage them to change their habits. And you, what is your opinion about the question ?