A summer of white-hot debate over the advisability of relying on the prevailing technology for bright white, high-intensity LED street lighting has merged into an autumn of a cold standoff. In one corner, the American Medical Association (AMA) has yet to formally respond to critiques of its controversial report (issued in June), linking the growing prevalence of established LED lighting solutions to heightened risks to human well-being and the integrity of the natural environment. Its new ...

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