Archive: WHO (19)

Archived articles are listed below from most to least recent. You will find links to even older posts beneath the list.

Emeritus Prof Colin Hansen: Errors in Public Health Association of Australia Media Release

Letter from Emeritus Professor Colin Hansen, School of Mechanical Engineering, University of Adelaide t0 Mr Michael Moore, CEO of the … Read On »

Annoyance and Wind Turbines – Society for Wind Vigilance

“Annoyance with wind turbine noise was associated with psychological distress, stress, difficulties to fall asleep and sleep interruption.” [1] Peer … Read On »

WHO Guidelines for Community Noise

In a wide ranging study of environmental noise, this WHO document says: “Specific effects to be considered when setting community noise guidelines include: “interference with communication; noise-induced hearing loss, sleep disturbance effects; cardiovascular and psycho-physiological effects; … Read On »

Dickinson, P. Pragmatic View of a Wind Turbine Noise Standard

Professor Philip J Dickinson, New Zealand ABSTRACT – New Zealand Standard 6808:2010 Acoustics – wind farm noise is unique in that it … Read On »

How to Apply the Precautionary Principle to Wind Energy Projects

A Guide to Responsible Authorities, Departments of Planning and Health and Wind Energy Developers The NHMRC’s Public Statement dated June 2010 included the words: “it is recommended that relevant authorities take a precautionary approach and continue … Read On »