Letter from Emeritus Professor Colin Hansen, School of Mechanical Engineering, University of Adelaide t0 Mr Michael Moore, CEO of the … Read On
Archive: WHO (19)
Archived articles are listed below from most to least recent. You will find links to even older posts beneath the list.
“Annoyance with wind turbine noise was associated with psychological distress, stress, difficulties to fall asleep and sleep interruption.”  Peer … Read On
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
Professor Philip J Dickinson, New Zealand ABSTRACT – New Zealand Standard 6808:2010 Acoustics – wind farm noise is unique in that it … Read On
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
Michael Nissenbaum MD addresses Senate Inquiry concerns 22 November, 2012 Comments on “annoyance” and what it means Asked by the … Read On