New York City observes International Noise Awareness Day with a workshop and soundwalk at NYU, an interactive program in Flatbush, and a Science of Sound program in Bedford-Stuyvesant. Click here to learn more.
Gal Beckerman in “The Case for Covering Your Ears,” writes about the importance of being silent and of hearing silence in a noisy world.
Is noise pollution damaging our health? The evidence says yes. Noise has been recognized as a public health hazard for over 50 years. So why isn’t the U.S. government regulating it?
March 3rd is World Hearing Day, and this year the World Health Organization’s theme is early detection of hearing loss. Be sure to keep an eye out for the WHO’s new hearing testing app that is launching today!
What compelling need delivery drones serve? We come up empty. Meanwhile, the ugly truth about them is they are noisy, and a fleet of them will be horrific.
Do we have a right to live in a quiet community? Dr. Daniel Fink says yes, and a recent article highlighting The Quiet Coalition’s Antonella Radicchi, PhD, agrees.