Listen to Paul discuss The End of Night on a few of his favorite radio programs
FORUM WITH MICHAEL KRASNY | KQED | 11.3.14
"The Earth's Few Remaining Dark Spots"
LIVING ON EARTH | PRI | 7.18.14
"The End of Night"
ALL THINGS CONSIDERED | NPR | 3.03.13
"Turning It Down: Cities Combat Light Pollution By Going Dim"
RADIO TIMES | WHHY PHILADELPHIA | 7.15.13
"End of Darkness"
ON POINT | WBUR BOSTON | 8.16.13
"Light Pollution and 'The End of Night'"
THE DAILY CIRCUIT | MPR MINNEAPOLIS | 8.13.13
"Embracing the dark and the quiet in a noisy, bright world"
Beyond Blades of Grass | New York Times | 6.16.17
Right outside our door, right beneath our feet lies a chance to make dramatic differences in the health of our human and ecological communities.
Let There Be Dark | Los Angeles Times | 12.12.12
Before we get all psyched about the days growing longer, let's take a moment to celebrate the longest night of the year, the winter solstice.
Don't Be Afraid of the Dark | Salon | 7.21.13
We fear the dark--always have, probably always will. But all this artificial light swamped around us might actually be far more dangerous.
Bringing Back the Night: A Fight Against Light Pollution | Yale Environment 360 | 8.19.13
Humans aren't the only ones being messed up by artificial light at night. Entire ecosystems are being thrown out of whack.
The End of Night | Slate | 9.10.13
It's hard to find real darkness. I know, I tried.
The Tension Between Nighttime Lighting and Safety | Minneapolis StarTribune | 1.22.14
Lights at night for safety, sure. But ever-brighter lights spewing waste into the sky, our eyes, our bedrooms... um, bad idea.
Night Vision | Conservation | Summer 2013
Designated "dark sky" areas out in the boonies are great. But we need to recognize the value of darkness for the communities in which we live our daily lives.