Quiet Coalition news updates you 3-4 times a week on noise-related scientific research, technology development, and law, and public policy.
Our “beat” is noise, its causes, and its impacts on health and the environment. We continuously scan international, national, and local science, technology & general media for stories of interest. Our experts review each piece and write an interpretive brief and/or commentary to help readers understand its value and significance.
Our news feed goes to subject matter experts, policy makers, industry leaders, media, and interested individuals.
Many Quiet Coalition members are experienced consultants to corporations, government agencies, NGOs, professional associations and trade groups. They help organizations understand and strategically react to the impacts of legislation, public policy, and private sector initiatives.
Services are available on a contract basis and range from 1-hour boardroom briefings to long-term research-oriented assignments .
The Quiet Coalition provides subject matter experts for public meetings, professional conferences and other events to help audiences understand the facts and options for action on matters relating to noise and its impacts on health, learning, productivity, quality of life and environment.
We help organize events – conferences and special sessions – on noise and related pollution and their impacts. During the COVID-19 pandemic, events will be run remotely.
See the special session program we developed on noise and health in association with the 2015 annual conference of the Acoustical Society of America.
QCI provides expert testimony at hearing concerning noise from a variety of sources – indoor and outdoor.
Our experts and advisors have participated in panels and discussions with international and domestic agencies, including WHO and CDC, and testified in meetings of local city councils.
Learn more about how our testimony in Washington DC and elsewhere helped catalyze change.