Committee Detail

Outdoor Environmental Lighting Committee

LIGHTING PRACTICE

Committee Purpose, Scope and Documents

 
Purpose
This Technical Committee researches and develops best practices for exterior lighting and minimizing the negative impact of electric light at night on the nocturnal environment.
Scope
The scope includes lighting issues that are primarily related to exterior lighting and have the potential for negative impact on the environment. This committee does not cover the illumination of related public areas outside the industrial project limitations. It works in conjunction with other IES committees that also provide lighting recommendations for the exterior environment such as roadway, street, pedestrian, airports, and public spaces to ensure the uniformity of lighting recommendations.
Documents

Committee Leadership


Bob Parks
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Bob Parks is an IES member, Lighting Certified (LC), Community Friendly Lighting Certified (CFLC) and an ecological lighting designer/consultant. He currently serves as chair of the of the IES outdoor environmental lighting committee, and is a former member of the IDA/IES Model Lighting Ordinance (MLO) committee. Mr. Parks is the founder of the Virginia Outdoor Lighting Taskforce (VOLT), an all-volunteer, non-profit, grassroots advocacy group working for safe and efficient outdoor lighting since 2000. He joined the International Dark-Sky Association in 2009 promoting night sky preservation issues and served as the Executive Director from 2010 to 2014. In 2014 Mr. Parks left IDA to form the non-profit Smart Outdoor Lighting Alliance (SOLA) to promote Smart Urban Lighting and ecologically responsible lighting design. SOLA works with cities to encourage the use of adaptive controls that maximize energy reduction while saving money, reducing CO2, and improving visibility & visual comfort. SOLA developed the Community Friendly Lighting Program in 2017 to provide specific guidelines for public lighting best practices. The program includes consulting, Community Friendly Lighting training/certification and a list of approved CFL lighting fixtures and controls that promote quality outdoor lighting.









Secretary - David M. Keith

Members (Voting)

 
  • Nancy E. Clanton
  • Paul K. Ericson
  • Greg A. Ortt
  • Rebecca Rainer
  • Robert L. Henderson
  • Douglas W. Paulin
  • C. Stanley S. Stubbe
  • Karolina M. Zielinska-Dabkowska
  • Terry K. McGowan
  • Travis Longcore
  • Ronald Gibbons
  • Matthew Hartley
  • Brandon S. Renouf
  • James M. Stockman
  • Yulia Tyukhova
  • Jane Slade
  • Cathleen Shattuck

Advisory Members (Non-Voting)

 
  • Christopher Bailey
  • George F. Kruggel
  • Mai M. Yeung
  • Jim Frazer
  • Jackson Leung
  • Ronnie Farrar
  • Francis J. Krahe
  • Morgan Pattison
  • Mai M. Yeung
  • Mathieu Desjardins
  • Dejan Lenasi
  • Anne-Marie E. Lemieux
  • Adam Carey

Advisory Panel Liaisons

 
  • Jonathan T. Weaver

Board Liaisons

 
 

Staff Liaisons

 
  • Patricia A. McGillicuddy
  • Geomara Flores

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  •    Visibility and awareness before breakout rooms and throughout the event
  •    Opportunity to present a live or prerecorded personal closing message (15 seconds-1 minute duration)
  •    Shout-outs throughout the event
  •    Recognition as an EP Program Sponsor on all event communication
  •    Recognition on the IES Annual Conference homepage
  •    Recognition on the IES Annual Conference Emerging Professional homepage

EP Sponsorship Opportunities

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  •    Shout-outs throughout the event
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  •    Full registration for one (1) to attend the 2021 Annual Conference
  •    90-second video prior to session start

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