NoiseOFF is designed as a working toolkit for people to learn and take action in resolving their own noise problems. The following sections answer the most common questions about noise:
If you are experiencing a noise problem, the NoiseOFF Message Board is an active online community where you can connect with others and share strategies. We invite you to join the discussion.
For other inquires, including technical problems with the site, you can reach us at: firstname.lastname@example.org.
NoiseOFF has been cited in several publications and websites: Wall Street Journal, New Scientist Magazine, The Guardian (UK), Playboy Magazine, Gotham Gazette, Salon.com, MSNBC, Wired.com, BBC, Parade Magazine, Examiner.com, and the New York Times.
Our members have been interviewed on NPR, talk radio shows and on-camera television news reports from across the country. Newspaper editors from across the country often contact us for expert information on stories relating to noise and legislation.
We can answer questions and provide commentary on various noise pollution issues nationally and regionally. We can also connect you to academic professionals who can speak on the environmental, psychological and physical effects of noise pollution.
If you are working under a deadline, please let us know.
If you represent a civic organization, government agency, college or university and would like to host a presentation or panel discussion on noise pollution, we can provide qualified representation on the issue.
Our presentations can include a slide lecture, handouts and answering audience questions.
We can address Psychology and Urban Studies programs on the collegiate level. If your event is open to the public, we can also help promote your event through our website and newsletter.
Please provide as much detail about your planned event.