Complementing David Owen’s article in The New Yorker on noise pollution is this video that discusses why noise pollution is more dangerous than we realize.
Music festival noise stresses out research fish at Univ. of Miami lab. Dr. Daniel Fink asks if the noise is causing measurable stress to fish, what’s it doing to humans?
Ford designs noise-proof kennels for noise-hating dogs. That’s a nice gesture, but it’s obviously an expensive—and unattainable—piece of kit. Instead, we can help all dogs by demanding quiet fireworks.
Trump administration, oil companies threaten marine wildlife, but conservation activists and a bipartisan group in congress is fighting back.
Human noise threatens marine life, a recent study concludes. That’s not surprising, says Dr. Daniel Fink, because all creatures evolved in quiet and loud noise in nature is rare.
Researchers believe that recording a rainforest’s soundtrack could help preserve it. Click here to learn about bioacoustics and how this burgeoning field hopes to save the world’s rainforests.