Sky Lanterns are being talked about a lot recently, and it’s mainly because of one company which seems to like controversy. This company, which I won’t link to, seeks to financially benefit from tragedies. I don’t know whether they have a marketing person that just can’t read the room or is devoid of intelligence. Or maybe they’re an evil genius as they’ve had lots of engagement on social media (not necessarily positive engagement). But why is there so much controversy about sky lanterns and are sky lanterns eco-friendly?
I first came across sky lanterns in Thailand and I won’t deny it, they’re a beautiful spectacle. Try to imagine a very dark night watching hundreds of white glowing lanterns ascending into the night sky then gently floating away. At the time though I didn’t really think about what happens to them afterwards.
What are Sky Lanterns?
Sky Lanterns normally have a frame made of bamboo or wire wrapped in rice paper. They have a candle, or other source of fire, that when lit causes it to rise into the sky; in the same way that hot air balloons work.
Why do people release them?
There are many reasons why people want to release sky lanterns.
- Celebrating a wedding
- Memorialising a person
- Marking a tragedy and to show respect
- Because it’s a spectacle
“The sky lantern ceremony has come to represent the releasing of one’s deepest fears and desires. It is a symbolic cleansing, a letting go of everything that troubles you. It is also the beginning of a new, enlightened you, with the light illuminating the path of knowledge and righteousness.” – liveabout.com
Why are Sky Lanterns so Controversial?
There have been many occasions that wildlife and people have come to harm after the release of these floating fireballs. One of the most well known tragedies is the German zoo that lost dozens of primates. On other occasions animals have tried to eat them and died agonising deaths after trying to eat the wire.
The Worst Company in Britain?
Now we come to one of the absolute worst companies in Britain. After the German Zoo fire which killed dozens of primates, which was caused by flaming aerial litter, this dreadful company tried to convince people that the best way to show respect and to mourn the loss of these animals was to release sky lanterns. I don’t know if they’re trolling because who on earth would think that was a good idea?
After such an awful attempt at trying to cash in on a tragedy caused by something they sell, they recently tried to get everyone to buy and release sky lanterns to honour the NHS. Because what better way to honour our emergency services is there than releasing a fire hazard into the sky which could potentially mean tying up our essential workers during a global crisis?
What I like most about the tweets above is how much this awful company were ‘ratioed’. (On the social media platform Twitter, a ratio, or getting ratioed, is when replies to a tweet vastly outnumber likes or retweets. This means people are objecting to the tweet and considering its content bad. – dictionary.com)
Calls for a ban on the release of sky lanterns
Many people and organisations are calling for a complete ban of sky lanterns. Organisations in the UK who have asked for a ban, or even for people to use a bit of common sense and not release them for the NHS include:
- RSPCA – “#EndSkyLitter Sky litter is a danger to animals. Email your local council today to urge them to implement a ban on the release of sky lanterns and balloons.”
- Ulster Farmers Union – “Releasing sky lanterns is dangerous, warns Ulster Farmers’ Union”.
- Countryside Online – “Join our campaign to ban sky lanterns. Sky lanterns might look pretty but they are a serious danger to animals and the countryside.”
- Marine Conservation Society – “Don’t Let Go” – click the link to discover which county councils already have a balloon / lantern release ban in place.
- Oxfordshire Fire and Rescue Service – “Don’t use sky lanterns to show NHS support”.
Where are they banned?
Lots of countries around the world have already banned them partially or completely due to the destruction and harm they cause.
- Brazil – launching lanterns is an environmental crime, punishable by up to 3 years in jail.
- Austria – it is illegal to produce, sell, import, or distribute them.
- Germany – it is illegal to launch a sky lantern in most parts of Germany, with fines of up to 5000 euros being possible; in some German states, local authorities may give special permission on application.
- Wales – the release of both sky lanterns and balloons from Council owned land and property is banned.
- Washington State – Sky Lanterns are banned statewide due to fire concerns.
most of the above information about where bans are in place is from Wikipedia
Are Sky Lanterns Eco-Friendly?
Let’s be honest, I think it’s completely irrelevant whether they are eco-friendly or not. They cause so much harm that the materials they’re made of doesn’t matter. The fact that they are aerial litter that’s on fire should be enough to tell you that they are not eco-friendly at all, whether they are labelled as such or not.
Save your money and don’t bother with releasing lanterns. If you’re looking for a way to say goodbye to a loved one have a read through these alternatives to balloon releases instead for some great ideas for ‘letting go’.
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Instructions For Use
Frequently asked questions about Sky Lanterns
1. Is launch permission required?
In most cases, no, but it would be advisable to contact your local authorities including the coast guard, for advice on possible regulations.
Do not use near main roads or in area where Sky Lanterns could be misinterpreted as a distress signal.
Important: The use of Sky Lanterns abroad must be approved by the local authorities of the country in question. The user in the respective country is responsible for following the set safety guidelines and regulations.
2. What is the most appropriate launch site for the Sky Lanterns?
We recommend using Sky Lanterns in a clear open space free from obstructions, i.e. power cables, trees or buildings. For maximum visibility, a clear sky is preferable. Keep away from sites with flammable gases and liquids.
3. What are the suitable weather conditions for launching Sky Lanterns?
Best Conditions, for launching: Still weather conditions with little wind. A maximum wind force of 2 on the Beaufort scale (4 – 7 miles per hour) must not be exceeded at the time of launching the lanterns, due to the risk of the lantern flying off course.
We do not recommend using Sky Lanterns when it is raining. Light precipitation/drizzling may still allow Sky Lanterns to fly, but we strongly discourage using them in heavy downpours.
4. What can be used to write good luck wishes upon the Sky Lanterns?
For best results, we recommend using a large felt-tip pen on a flat, even surface, free from dirt and moisture. This is to ensure that the paper does not tear when written upon. To ensure best results minimal pressure should be applied.
5. How high do the Sky Lanterns fly, and for how long?
One Sky Lantern burns and flies for approximately 5 – 10 minutes, in optimal weather conditions, the Sky Lanterns can reach heights between 200m and 500m. Factors affecting Sky Lanterns flight include: Size of lantern, Size of heat source (fuel cell), Ambient temperature at launch site (Ground Degrees Celsius/Fahrenheit), Temperature fluctuations at various heights above launch site (Air Temperature), Location of Launch site (valley, mountain, launch site shaded by wind etc), Wind speed and direction at launch site (Ground), Wind speed and direction above launch site (In Air).
6. What happens once the fuel source has been exhausted?
Once the Fuel Cell has expired, there is no flame or fuel material left, so the lanterns float gently back to the Earth. Falling Lanterns with extinguished fuel cell pose no fire risk.
The Sky lantern and fuel cell may in no way be modified or altered from its original state.
Sky Lanterns are made from biodegradable materials; Rice or Mulberry paper, on a Bamboo frame, which means they decompose in the shortest of times.
Please adhere to the safety guidelines and instructions laid out before you at all times.
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Buying guide for Best Chinese sky lanterns
If you've ever watched Disney's Tangled, you probably cried some happy tears when Flynn and Rapunzel sang "I See The Light." The scene does a wonderful job of capturing the magic of a night filled with Chinese sky lanterns.
Over recent years, these festive items have become increasingly popular. When shopping for a Chinese sky lantern, it’s helpful to understand what the different colors mean and which features you should expect in a quality model. It’s also wise to understand the potential hazards of using a Chinese sky lantern so you can take a responsible course of action.
For an honest look at these beautiful sky lanterns as well as a look at the precautions you must take when using them, keep reading. We’ll start by taking an in-depth look at what Chinese lanterns are as well as how they work.
What is a Chinese sky lantern?
A Chinese sky lantern is a mini hot air balloon. Most often, it is manufactured using little more than rice or tissue paper, wire, and a fuel source. While it has a deeper meaning in Asian cultures and represents reverent acts such as sending messages to the heavens, creating good luck, or opening up to receive enlightenment, in the U.S., it has become a popular trend to help heighten celebrations such as birthdays and weddings. Because releasing numerous Chinese sky lanterns is an overwhelmingly beautiful sight, it has been depicted in film, on TV, and in music videos.
How do Chinese sky lanterns work?
In short, a Chinese sky lantern has an open flame suspended by a wire, which is located beneath what is essentially an inverted paper bag. As the flame heats the air inside the paper container, the distance between the air molecules increases, making the heated air lighter than the cooler air outside the lantern. At a certain point, the sky lantern will start to ascend like air bubbles rising up through water.
Eventually, a floating sky lantern will reach an altitude at which the density of the air outside the lantern matches the density of the air inside of the lantern. It will remain at roughly that height until the fire burns out. Once that happens, the air inside the sky lantern will cool and become heavier. Eventually, it will descend back to earth.
What are the laws in your area?
Before pondering the finer points of purchasing a pack of Chinese sky lanterns, you need to know and understand the law in your area. For instance, if you release a sky lantern in California and it is responsible for a fire, you will likely be facing misdemeanor charges of negligently causing a fire. Worse, you could be found liable for damages, which would include the cost of fighting the fire, the cost of rescue services, and the cost of medical services. In Ohio, the misdemeanor carries a $1,000 fine and possible jail time. In other states, there might not be any restrictions. Therefore, it is up to the individual to know and understand the law in their area.
It takes a while for the air inside a Chinese sky lantern to heat up enough for the lantern to rise. Sometimes, this can be as long as two minutes.
You have several options when it comes to the type of paper in a Chinese sky lantern: rice paper, tissue paper, and coated paper are a few. While some companies boast that their paper is durable and can be used again and again, chances are you will not be able to locate your sky lantern after it drifts away. Further, the more durable the paper is, the longer it will take to break down. Therefore, lanterns that are eco-friendly, biodegradable, and flame-resistant are frequently sought.
While the frame of a Chinese sky lantern may feature bamboo, wire is more common. Additionally, the area at the bottom of your sky lantern that holds the fuel needs to be made of non-flammable material, so wire must be used there as well. The trouble with wire is that it is not biodegradable, so the more wire a sky lantern contains, the less environmentally friendly it is. Hence, many consumers look for sky lanterns made with a minimal amount of wire.
The fuel that burns and heats up the air so the lantern can rise is a little flat square that is essentially a candle. However, this is a special candle that is typically made using cotton and paraffin. It is specifically designed to have a short burn time.
Height and flight time
Some manufacturers claim that their sky lanterns can reach phenomenal heights and stay aloft for extended periods of time. However, the best sky lanterns have shorter flight times and stay relatively close to the ground (roughly 1,000 feet).
Size, shape, and design
While most Chinese sky lanterns are of a similar size and shape, some stand out as being larger, rounder, or unique in some other way. Most of this is purely for aesthetic reasons, but it is important to remember that the more air a sky lantern can contain, the higher it could potentially go.
How many Chinese sky lanterns do you need? You can purchase these items in packs of 5, 10, 20, 30, or more.
What different colors symbolize
Traditionally, different lantern colors have different meanings.
- Red may symbolize happiness, joy, positivity, and good luck.
- Orange may symbolize adaptability, spontaneity, and change.
- Yellow may symbolize royalty, honor, power, and prosperity.
- Green may symbolize harmony, wealth, striving, and healing.
- Blue may symbolize relaxation, trust, calmness, and optimism.
- Purple may symbolize spiritual awareness, divinity, and immortality.
- Pink may symbolize nurturing, love, and care.
- White may symbolize mourning, purity, courage, and innocence.
- Gold may symbolize wealth, riches, and prosperity.
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If you'd like to send a personal message up to the heavens, you can carefully write on your Chinese sky lantern with a soft-tipped writing implement such as a magic marker. Just be careful not to damage the paper, or it won't fly.
Chinese sky lantern prices
At first glance, it may seem like the cost of Chinese sky lanterns varies a great deal. However, that is mostly because you can purchase them in varying quantities. If you break it down by price per item, you will quickly realize there is not much of a difference in cost between individual sky lanterns.
Lower cost: On the low end, nondescript white sky lanterns cost around $1 each.
Higher cost: Most sky lanterns cost no more than $2 or $2.50 each. For the slightly higher cost, you may find sky lanterns that are advertised as biodegradable as well as lanterns that feature a variety of colors, designs, and messages printed on the paper.
Besides size, the main difference between a Chinese sky lantern and a hot air balloon is that a hot air balloon has a pilot.
There are some rules and risks to know about when using Chinese sky lanterns.
- Take time to fully understand the laws and liabilities. This includes the financial obligations for covering the cost of damages in your area. There is always some risk. Even under optimum conditions, the hot air needed to keep a Chinese sky lantern aloft could escape prematurely, causing the lantern to fall to earth while still burning.
- Avoid releasing a Chinese sky lantern if the wind speed is greater than 5 miles per hour. If the sky lantern tilts due to strong winds, the paper could catch fire and cause the unit to fall to earth while it is still burning.
- Avoid releasing a Chinese sky lantern in the rain. Not only can rain weigh down the lantern, it may deteriorate biodegradable paper, causing the lantern to fall to earth while still burning.
- Choose a release site that is open and free of obstacles. This includes trees, dwellings, and power lines.
- Never release a Chinese sky lantern near the coast. The wire inside of the sky lantern can be hazardous to marine life. Further, the wire is not biodegradable and may pose a hazard to curious animals who stumble upon it.
- The risk of starting a wildfire is real. Consider this before using a Chinese sky lantern, and teach children about safety precautions and risks as well.
Q. How long can a Chinese sky lantern float?
A. On average, a Chinese sky lantern will stay aloft for approximately 10 minutes. This is just a general estimate, as some may only function for eight minutes while others may last as long as 20 minutes.
Q. How high can a Chinese sky lantern go?
A. Generally, you can expect a Chinese sky lantern to reach an altitude of about 1,000 feet. However, some are designed to go much higher. A few manufacturers claim that their sky lanterns can reach 3,000 feet.
Q. How far will a Chinese sky lantern travel?
A. Under the right conditions, it is possible for a Chinese sky lantern to travel as far as 5 miles away. On average, however, it is usually closer to 2 miles. If the weather is exceptionally calm, you may even be able to follow a Chinese sky lantern on foot.
Q. Who invented the Chinese sky lantern?
A. There are several engaging origin stories revolving around the first use of a Chinese sky lantern. One of the most intriguing accounts dates back to the third century BC. A military strategist known as Kongming (which roughly translates to "intelligent") was surrounded by the enemy with no way to escape. He wrote a plea for help on a sky lantern and released it to the heavens. His plea was answered. This is why Chinese sky lanterns are also known as Kongming lanterns.
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8 Safe, Green Alternatives to Sky Lantern & Balloon Releases
Sky lanterns and balloon launches have a long history. Both balloon and lantern releases have been used for a number of occasions, such as weddings, festivals and the like. Watching pops of color float into the sky is a pretty experience, and the pictures are often beautiful.
Sky lanterns have also had military uses in the past as Chinese troops used them to send messages during times of war. Eventually, they caught on with civilians. Nowadays, sky lanterns are used in America as a decoration and a party activity.
Jump ahead to these sections:
- Candlelight Vigil
- Have a Bonfire
- Use Floating Candles
- Fly a Kite
- Release a Dove
- Do a Memory Walk
- Jam Jar Lights
- Smile Clouds
Unfortunately, they both harm the environment. Balloons are typically made of latex and take a long time to degrade. The bright colored latex can also confuse and harm a number of marine and flying animals. In addition, helium is quickly becoming a precious resource on earth.
Because sky lanterns are made of fragile paper and open flame, they are flammable and can start fires. Given the caution surrounding brush fires and delicate ecosystems around the world, sky lanterns may not be worth using these days. However, we’ve brainstormed some other green and safe alternative options for your memorial service.
1. Candlelight Vigil
There are a few great reasons to hold a candlelight vigil. Holding a vigil is a strong and silent visual for those who are in mourning or wish to remember someone who died as a result of a tragedy. People massed together, holding lights into the darkness, is a powerful thing to witness.
If you’re looking to make it green, bring reusable fake candle, like these, flameless battery-powered candles, or have people bring their phones and turn on their camera flashes to light up the night. Vigils are normally held after sunset, and if your vigil is large enough, speakers can be invited. They can read tribute poems, deliver a eulogy, or anything you desire.
Oftentimes candlelight vigils can be held in commemoration of someone, as well as a reaction to a tragedy or a major issue. This brings people together for the purpose of remembering someone or something important. If your loved one championed a particular cause, you can have a vigil in their honor.
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2. Have a Bonfire
Traditions are meant to bring people together and unite them. Bonfires are a great opportunity to gather a community together. If you lived in a small town, your loved one may have been loved by everyone. If that’s the case, it will be quite challenging to fit everyone into a church or similar building.
A bonfire can be a great solution, if done correctly with the right permits and safety measures in place. Not to mention, it’s a social occasion that allows people to mingle and talk. You can even roast marshmallows or hot dogs if you desire. Don't forget to bring a set of hotdog or marshmallow roasting sticks, too.
3. Use Floating Candles
Watching candles float off into the water usually evokes strong feelings of honor and remembrance. You can usually find inexpensive floating candles in value packs on Amazon.
Lighting a candle in someone’s memory is a time-honored tradition, and this pays homage to those roots. You can plan a floating candle ceremony however you like by praying first, reciting a poem, or you can remember your loved one as you light your candle and set it off.
There are a few things you need to consider, in order to make sure your ceremony is environmentally friendly. Critically view the area around the pond or lake. Is there a lot of dry brush or undergrowth? Are there trees hanging over the pond? If so, you might want to skip on floating candles. You should also refrain from doing this in a river.
The candle will float away, and there’s no telling where it will go after that. It’s also important to attach a string to your floating candle. You can reel it back in whenever you’re ready. That way, the waterway isn’t polluted with candle wax.
4. Fly a Kite
Watching a kite sail into the sky is beautiful. This is a perfect activity in early spring, or if you live in a windy area. This is a great alternative to balloons. You can still watch bright spots of color disappear into the sky. When you’re done, you can reel them back in! That way, there’s no harm to the environment or the creatures that live in it.
Making a kite can be the centerpiece activity of your memorial service. You can find colorful kite-making kits, like this 6-pack of kits for kids. Gathering simple craft materials and instructions from the Internet makes it fun for everyone. After the kites are made, everyone can go out together to fly them.
5. Release a Dove
Releasing a dove has a lot of religious and traditional symbolism. Seeing a beautiful white bird flap into the sky can be therapeutic. It can feel like releasing your loss and grief, straight up to your loved one in heaven. If you don’t believe in the religious symbolism surrounding doves and heaven, you can still enjoy this tradition anyway.
Consider partnering with a dove training organization though, as you should never release a dove into the wild without a plan. After years of domestication, they won’t survive well alone, but that’s one reason why these organizations are in place!
Nowadays, doves are often replaced by white homing pigeons, which look very similar to doves. Homing pigeons also have amazing instincts. They will always return home, back to their place of origin. After you release your ‘dove’ into the sky, it will fly up and away, and eventually, it will come back home. This ensures the chances of its survival and a happy future.
6. Do a Memory Walk
There are many versions and charities that are supported by memory walks. But if you do not have a cause to champion on behalf of your loved one, you can also do a memory walk of your own. You can create a relay, going on a hike, or climb a mountain in honor of your loved one.
If you’re not particularly athletic, then you can do a simple walk. Bring friends or family along, and hike in their favorite spot. Whether they loved walking next to the Hudson River or preferred the Appalachian Trail, embrace the adventure.
You can walk as much or as little as you like. If your physical ability is prohibitive, just going to their favorite spot is enough. If you love the great outdoors, you can also turn it into a camping trip with your friends and family.
7. Jam Jar Lights
Making jam jar lights is a great alternative to sky lanterns. They still provide gorgeous lighting but are reusable, like this 6-pack of pretty jam jar lights from Amazon. Once you’re done, pack them away and bring them out for another occasion.
Be conscious of how you choose to make your jam jars, though. You can put tea lights in them but if pets or small children will be in attendance, consider something else. You can use twinkle lights in these jars, or battery-powered bulbs. Everyone can make one and treat it like a sky lantern. Once they’re finished, you can hang them up as decorations in your home or building.
8. Smile Clouds
Have you ever watched a plane write a message in the sky? It’s cool to watch. But planes aren’t known for being environmentally friendly, either.
And you might not have the resources to hire a plane. If you love the idea of watching words and messages appear in the sky, you can find a greener solution. Some companies mix helium, water, and environmentally friendly soap fluid. Massive, balloon-style clouds of soap foam can float up into the sky for your viewing pleasure!
Brainstorming alternative memorial service ideas might not be easy. But if you’re invested in making the planet a better place to live, it’s worth it. This day and age we are able to do things in environmentally-friendly ways, ones that would never have been possible before.
No matter how you choose to plan your service, putting thought into the details is the most important part. Whether you want to write something in the clouds or plant a tree in memory, embrace your plans for a memorable service.
ECO wire-free Eclipse Sky Lantern
Just Artifacts offers beautifully crafted Chinese Sky Lanterns. Any event will be memorable with these illuminated flying Sky Lanterns. Create a wonderful 4th of July party, Memorial Day, festival or any other special occasion. With these Kongming Lights or also known as Fire Balloons you can add an attractive, elegant touch to any wedding, birthday party or holiday. Put to flight a breathtaking experience, make a wish and gaze upon it as it goes up into the twilight sky.
Includes a pre-attached fuel cell
Burn time approximately 3-5 minutes
Made of fire resistant paper
Width: 22 Inches
Height: 32 Inches
Prior to your sky lantern purchase, Just Artifacts advises you check with your local Fire Marshall to ensure sky lanterns are not prohibited in your area. Just Artifacts is not responsible and will not refund shipping upon the condition that the product is prohibited within the area the items are being used or delivered.
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