Aviation Noise
Impact Management through
Novel Approaches

The ANIMA project is a people-oriented research project. It aims at identifying and diffusing best practices to lower the noise annoyance endured by communities around airports. The project also makes an effort to better understand the non-acoustical factors which influence noise annoyance, but also to improve the quality of life of communities surrounding airports.

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Supporting image left - €<span>7.45</span>m eu contribution
Supporting image left - <span>22</span> partners working towards a shared vision
Supporting image left - <span>48</span> months to build novel approaches
Supporting image left - <span>1</span> single community tackling aviation noise
7.45m
eu contribution
22 partners
working towards a shared vision
48 months
to build novel approaches
1 single community
tackling aviation noise
Supporting image right - €<span>7.45</span>m eu contribution
 
Supporting image right - <span>22</span> partners working towards a shared vision
 
Supporting image right - <span>48</span> months to build novel approaches
 
Supporting image right - <span>1</span> single community tackling aviation noise
 

How to get involved
in the ANIMA project

ANIMA is a constantly evolving project, dealing with a global issue which affects thousands of people. Connecting with stakeholders and experts throughout the process is a vital part of the project to ensure relevant and timely solutions and tools. If you feel you can contribute to our goals or have new research or information you think could help inform the project we would love for you to get in touch with us.

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ANIMA seeks to improve the lives of people directly affected by aviation noise around Europe’s 45 major airports

Who's expected to
benefit from ANIMA?

Research suggests over a million people live in communities directly affected by aviation noise around Europe’s 45 major airports. The ANIMA project will seek to directly improve the lives of these people whilst also supporting policy makers, researchers and airport managers to make better decisions which balance economic and regulatory requirements to achieve the best outcomes for all stakeholders. Find out more about the people we are supporting through the project here.

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Recent news

ANIMA project on track to address noise around airports

 Amsterdam, 11 October 2018 – On the heels of the release of the World Health Organisation (WHO) report, Environmental Noise Guidelines for the European Region, partners of Horizon2020 project ANIMA (Aviation Noise Impact Management…

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