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This category contains websites related to all forms of noise considered pollution.
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An information resource with online database. Campaigns on specific noise issues and distributes "Quiet Zone" newsletter. Offers CD demonstrating worst noise offenders. Often quoted by major media.
Dedicated to protecting the rights of Alaskans to quiet places for the benefit of public land users, private property owners, and visitors.
Militant movement in Los Angeles fighting noise of all kinds.
European Commission policy and directive on noise reduction. Includes links to full text of key papers.
New York City non-profit organization offering assistance to anti-noise groups in the United States and abroad.
On the relationship between loud noise and ear damage, with particular reference to young people and loud music.
An international movement grown from one man's therapeutic exercise to alleviate the pain and suffering caused by too many honking vehicles outside his apartment window in Brooklyn, New York.
Sponsoring international congresses every 5 years since 1968, this organization's members are recognized as the leading authorities on the subject of noise and health.
An inter-disciplinary international journal devoted to research on all aspects of noise and its effects on human health.
Promotes ways to combat antisocial noise. The Society's annual John Connell Awards recognize local initiatives to address noise complaints.
US Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) documents concerning federal noise control.
Information on effects of noise on people, noise regulations and standards, and control of noise production by vehicles and machinery.
A not-for-profit organization promoting hearing conservation and noise awareness through education, advocacy and outreach.
NFA's monthly "Dirty Dozen" awards spotlight worst noise polluters.
Practical information and a variety of approaches for dealing with everyday noise problems.
How UK councils deal with complaints about noise at night, intruder alarms, construction noise, and loudspeakers in the street.
Noise Control Engineering information and activities worldwide. Includes quarterly magazine, member societies, technical reports, and announcements of meetings and conferences.
Mainly a business directory, but also a source of good information.
Coalition of world citizens combating the urban blight of unwanted human-created sound that is annoying, distracting, painful, or physically harmful.
Education campaign of the US National Institutes of Health to increase awareness among parents about causes and prevention of noise-induced hearing loss; encourages children to adopt healthy hearing habits.
Reviews of places without piped music. Includes restaurants, pubs, hotels, and places to relax, shop, and meet. Reviews submitted by members of the UK-based Pipedown campaign.
Quiet use of wilderness areas is presented as a normal use and argues against enabling gas engine, motorized machines in the quiet, national forests in U.S.
Vancouver (British Columbia) nonprofit society for soundscape awareness and protection, working to raise awareness of the value, benefits, and difficulties in obtaining quiet.
Providing training in sound level measurement for enforcement of municipal noise codes, the center has been providing assistance for over 35 years.
Argentina group promoting public noise awareness and advising citizens and city officials on noise problems.
Franklin Institute Report.
Full text of UK act regarding noise emitted from dwellings at night.
UK voluntary non-charitable campaigning organisation that also carries out research and produces publications.
An information resource with online database. Campaigns on specific noise issues and distributes "Quiet Zone" newsletter. Offers CD demonstrating worst noise offenders. Often quoted by major media.
European Commission policy and directive on noise reduction. Includes links to full text of key papers.
How UK councils deal with complaints about noise at night, intruder alarms, construction noise, and loudspeakers in the street.
Quiet use of wilderness areas is presented as a normal use and argues against enabling gas engine, motorized machines in the quiet, national forests in U.S.
Education campaign of the US National Institutes of Health to increase awareness among parents about causes and prevention of noise-induced hearing loss; encourages children to adopt healthy hearing habits.
Militant movement in Los Angeles fighting noise of all kinds.
A not-for-profit organization promoting hearing conservation and noise awareness through education, advocacy and outreach.
Information on effects of noise on people, noise regulations and standards, and control of noise production by vehicles and machinery.
US Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) documents concerning federal noise control.
UK voluntary non-charitable campaigning organisation that also carries out research and produces publications.
Argentina group promoting public noise awareness and advising citizens and city officials on noise problems.
New York City non-profit organization offering assistance to anti-noise groups in the United States and abroad.
Practical information and a variety of approaches for dealing with everyday noise problems.
An inter-disciplinary international journal devoted to research on all aspects of noise and its effects on human health.
Reviews of places without piped music. Includes restaurants, pubs, hotels, and places to relax, shop, and meet. Reviews submitted by members of the UK-based Pipedown campaign.
Noise Control Engineering information and activities worldwide. Includes quarterly magazine, member societies, technical reports, and announcements of meetings and conferences.
Full text of UK act regarding noise emitted from dwellings at night.
Promotes ways to combat antisocial noise. The Society's annual John Connell Awards recognize local initiatives to address noise complaints.
Vancouver (British Columbia) nonprofit society for soundscape awareness and protection, working to raise awareness of the value, benefits, and difficulties in obtaining quiet.
An international movement grown from one man's therapeutic exercise to alleviate the pain and suffering caused by too many honking vehicles outside his apartment window in Brooklyn, New York.
Coalition of world citizens combating the urban blight of unwanted human-created sound that is annoying, distracting, painful, or physically harmful.
Franklin Institute Report.
Providing training in sound level measurement for enforcement of municipal noise codes, the center has been providing assistance for over 35 years.
Sponsoring international congresses every 5 years since 1968, this organization's members are recognized as the leading authorities on the subject of noise and health.
Dedicated to protecting the rights of Alaskans to quiet places for the benefit of public land users, private property owners, and visitors.
Mainly a business directory, but also a source of good information.
NFA's monthly "Dirty Dozen" awards spotlight worst noise polluters.
On the relationship between loud noise and ear damage, with particular reference to young people and loud music.

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