As public health concern grows, the Pew Charitable Trusts looks at noise pollution. David Sykes finds Pew’s interest encouraging, because it will stimulate awareness.
Two Quiet Coalition co-founders speaking at the American Public Health Association meeting in Philadelphia today. Join Drs. Jamie Banks & Arline Bronzaft for their talk on noise and health.
IKEA introduces do-it-yourself noise mitigation for the home. It’s great that people have design options to abate noise, but wouldn’t it be more efficient to regulate noise instead?
Why the FAA Reauthorization Act has not fixed airport noise comes down to a number of factors. But first, it’s because Congress gave the FAA permission to ignore the neighborhoods below flightpaths.
When John Surico went searching for quiet, he reached out to The Quiet Coalition’s Dr. Antonella Radicchi. Armed with her Hush City app, they went on a quixotic quest trying to find quiet in noisy New York City.
99% Invisible looks at city noise and its impact on our health via interviews with a design critic, academics, and a sound designer who wants a more thoughtful approach to sound.