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Airport and Aviation Noise Links
The Noise Pollution Clearinghouse Aviation Noise Page
Community Noise (All Sources)
Safety, Health, and Hearing Organizations
NEW! Tipp-Monroe Airport Task Force Tipp-Monroe Airport Task Force unanimously agrees that the Dayton International Airporairport expansion is unwarranted. The group consists of elected and appointed officials and citizens who provide representation on behalf of Tipp City, Monroe Township, and Miami County. TMATF’s is to inform and educate the public concerning the issues surrounding the proposed Dayton International Airport expansion.
Airport Noise Pollution: Is There a Solution in Sight? (in PDF format)
An article from the Boston College Environmental Affairs Law Review, Vol. 26:769 1999.
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Airport Noise: 15 Ways to Quiet the
Noise and Health
From Prof. W. Holland, Heathrow Association for the Control of Aircraft Noise, June 1997.
1997 Energy, Environment & Natural Resources: Noise Control
This text is from the Department of Energy and is a section of the National Municipal Policy adopted by the National League of Cities (Section 2, produced by the Committee on Energy, Environment, and Natural Resources). The fact this text has been adopted by the National League of Cities should be a powerful weapon against municipal owners of noisy airports. Is your city a member of NLC?
Tracking the Skies: An Airline-Based System for Limiting Greenhouse Gas Emissions from International Civil Aviation. "This Article examines options for controlling GHG emissions from civil aviation; specifically, it explores methods for tracking, reporting, and limiting GHG emissions from international civil aviation. It recommends a system that establishes legally binding limits on total international civil aviation emissions from industrialized nations.
for Sustainable Transportation/Le Centre pour le transport durable
Federal Aviation Administration
US-Environmental Protection Agency
The Code of Federal Regulations
Airports: Deadly Neighbors
AReCO: Alliance of Residents Concerning O'Hare