Mexico: 'Dark-sky friendly' streetlights to reduce pollution

Light pollution has made it difficult to see the Milky Way, our home galaxy. But a handful of cities, including one in northern Mexico, are bucking the trend.

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    Light pollution has made it difficult to see the Milky Way, our home galaxy.

    But a handful of cities, including one in northern Mexico, are bucking the trend.

    Ensenada in Baja California is changing its streetlights so that everyone can get a better view.

    Al Jazeera’s John Holman reports from Ensenada.


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