#3 Target Groups - Managing needs and demands towards urban lighting

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Description


Do we need less light to preserve dark skies and protect biodiversity? Or more light to increase the perceived safety of public spaces? This webinar explores how cities and municipalities can manage diverse needs and demands towards public lighting. LUCIA partners from St. Petersburg and Hamburg will share their experiences on working together with the target groups of students and elderly citizens, respectively. 

Schedule


Moderation: Renate Jurgesa, Project manager, Konsalt GmbH

09:30–9:50 · Keynote: Is less more? Managing diverse needs and demands towards public lighting · Andreas Hänel, Leader of the Dark Sky working group, Association of Star Friends

09:50–10:05 · Students in the focus – experiences from St. Petersburg ·

10:05–10:20 · Generation 65+ in the focus – experinces from Hamburg · Heike Bunte, Lead Partner LUCIA project, Free and Hanseatic City of Hamburg

10:30–11:00 · Time for networking in the virtual exhibition area

Further information


For an overview on all six webinars of the LUCIA mid-term webinar series, please visit https://www.lucia-project.eu/lucia-mid-term-webinar-series/.  

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Schedule

· Sessions
#3 Target Groups - Managing needs and demands towards urban lighting
This webinar explores how cities and municipalities can manage diverse needs and demands towards public lighting.
Renate  Jurgesa Yury  Nurulin Andreas Hänel Heike Bunte
· Expo
Time for networking in the virtual exhibition area

Speakers

Renate  Jurgesa
Renate Jurgesa

Master of science (M.Sc.) Urban planning, project manager, Konsalt GmbH

Heike Bunte
Heike Bunte

Lead Partner LUCIA project | Free and Hanseatic City of Hamburg

Andreas Hänel
Andreas Hänel

Leader of the Dark Sky working group, Association of Star Friends

Yury  Nurulin
Yury Nurulin

Professor at Peter the Great Saint-Petersburg Polytechnic University

Tickets

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LUCIA – Lighting the Baltic Sea Region

We support municipalities in the Baltic Sea region to unlock the enormous potential of energy efficient urban lighting solutions

Booths

Pilot site St. Petersburg, RU

Pilot site St. Petersburg, RU

Presentation of the pilot site SPbPU campus, St. Petersburg

Pilot Site Hamburg, DE

Pilot Site Hamburg, DE

Presentation of the pilot site Hamburg