BuioMetria Partecipativa provides educational credits

Last October I received an e-mail from Carlo Nardi, MS in Environmental Sciences and chartered environmental guide from Treia, Central Italy. Carlo was one of our early days BuioMetria participants, using one of the sensors from our instrument pool for a few months. Then, in 2015, ho contacted us to ask if he could conduct a new round of measurements. On that occasion, we also had a meeting to discuss an actual, albeit informal, work plan.

Between 2015 and 2017 Carlo took several measurements of night sky quality, conducted a study on night sky brightness in his area, and documented his work with presentations in national and international conferences.

Based on this track record, certified by pibinko.org, the Italian Association of Environmental Guides (AIGAE) acknowledge six educational credits out of ten which he is supposed to collect each year as a part of his training program:

Given this outcome: if there are environmental guides who are interested to collaborate with BuioMetria Partecipativa and the pibinko.org network please contact us at: bmp@pibinko.org