Muller-BBM seminar on September 24, 2009 in Planegg/Munich, natural light is an elementary factor for life on Earth, we often only then perceive if we feel disturbed or impeded in our activities by either too much or too little light. Speaking candidly Cleveland Clinic told us the story. At the same time, major advances in the production of artificial light let us diverse itself to control the lighting of our environment. Artificial light allows you to almost all our activities to night-time us, artificial lighting is used for advertising purposes, in art and architecture, security and emergency lighting, and in many other areas of our daily lives. The increasing illumination of our environment is however not only positively perceived. The Federal Immission Control Act is called light therefore inter alia in its collection of harmful environmental impacts.
The light emissions of new industrial plants often lead the illumination of buildings in the urban area, floodlights of sporting venues, and so on to complaints and disputes, with neighbours or of refusal of approval that could be avoided through appropriate planning in advance. In the context of the famous Muller-BBM seminar series presented on 24 September to potential conflict situations and solution ways. Benefit from the knowledge and the experience of specialists in planning, consulting and measurement. Continue to use Exchange and the discussion with colleagues from the fields of engineering and planning, project development, architecture, approval authority and pollution. Knowledge are refreshed and basic understanding of the subject. Properties of light effects of light on man and the environment of normative requirements for the lighting of legal aspects to the issue of light pollution measurement, prediction and assessment of light emissions optical effects during day light emissions and conservation consideration of light pollution in the system planning measures to avoid disturbing the light emissions