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In India, travel writer Anuradha Goyal asks, “Do we really need night economy?” The op-ed is worth a read for those who wish to be mindful of nighttime
Urban noise pollution is one of three issues highlighted in this 2022 edition of the UN Environment Programme's Frontiers report.
This 2017 guide from Sound Diplomacy and Andreina Seijas is written for those interested in maximizing the potential of their city's nighttime economy.
When urban areas without trees reach temperatures of 91 degrees at night, evening temperatures can drop to the 60s and 70s in places with more shade.
Studies show that US residents are moving to areas less susceptible to storms, wildfires, flooding and extreme temperatures. How will this affect nightlife?
Building lights and night sky lighting events can attract, confuse and kill thousands of migrating birds.