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Is light pollution a problem and should we try to fix it?

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Background and Context of Debate:

Light pollution is when human create a high amount of light. Many people consider it annoying. This debate discusses the issue of light pollution in more detail.

Is light pollution a problem?

Yes

  • It disrupts wildlife. Excessive light pollution in cities can result in the disruption of wildlife due to the confusion caused by the artificial light level over day and night.




No

  • It doesn't harm anyone. Light pollution is only a bit of light. It has never been known to cause any serious illnesses.




Can light pollution be eradicated?

Yes

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No

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Should light pollution be eradicated?

Yes

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No

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