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noise pollution

noun as in loud noises

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Now, a new paper published in the journal Science titled “Soundscape of the Anthropocene Ocean” lays out the repercussions, demonstrating that noise pollution can be just as harmful to the ocean environment as other kinds of pollution.

From Time

Chemicals, air pollution, noise pollution, and lack of exercise—suspected risk factors of cognitive decline—affect dogs just as they do us.

One of the defining aspects of modern life is our inability to hear the sounds of nature due to noise pollution.

The key, he says, has been the involvement of Sedona’s Chamber of Commerce, which unveiled a sustainable tourism plan in May 2019, a section of which addresses noise pollution from helicopter tours.

As residents saw first-hand the benefits of having fewer cars around—more space, safer streets, less air and noise pollution—some cities have moved to make those changes permanent.

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My health project taught me that noise pollution is actually a serious health threat.

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On this page you'll find 4 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to noise pollution, such as: contamination, environmental pollution, noisemaker, and sound pollution.

From Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.

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