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?
A special issue of the journal Curator is devoted to sound and noise. And inspiring them to address this topic was The Quiet Coalition’s Dr. Arline Bronzaft.
Lakshmi Sandhana writes about how the acoustic qualities of our homes, offices, and public spaces impact our comfort level and maybe our moods.
Quieter lawn equipment aids landscape sustainability says TQC’s Dr. Jamie Banks. Click here to learn what you can do to protect yourself and your environment.
Noise or tinnitus causing sleep loss? The New York Times writes about apps that help people desperate for sleep deal with the noise or tinnitus that’s keeping them awake.
When a prominent public health leader like UCLA’s Dr. Jonathan Fielding addresses how noise can adversely affect human health, noise is finally getting the attention it deserves.