Want to be a citizen scientist? Learn how you can help identify, preserve & create quiet spaces in your community.
A survey by the American Speech-Language Hearing Association finds that adults of all ages are concerned about the long-term effect of exposure to noise.
The danger of noisy oceans: Research shows that human noise is endangering whale, dolphin, and seal species.
The Massachusetts Medical Society has approved a resolution against gas-powered leaf blowers (GLBs) that recognizes noise pollution as a public health hazard and acknowledges the increased risk of adverse health consequences GLBs present to workers and general public.
Read about a recent study that shows noise pollution is invading our national parks and protected natural areas, and learn why quiet matters.
The Noise Pollution Clearinghouse is celebrating its 20th Anniversary and you’re invited to their anniversary gala in New York City.