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ANIMA gives voice to local communities on land use planning

ANIMA gives voice to local communities on land use planning

Developing solutions to alleviate annoyance encountered by communities surrounding airport areas was the main topic of the event organised by the European project ANIMA (Aviation Noise Impact Management through novel Approaches) in Brussels on 18 February 2019.   Held on the premises of and organised by the Airport Regions Conference, the organisation representing cities and regions with an airport on their territory, this conference brought together local communities, noise experts, spatial planners, academia, researchers and policy-makers. The audience of some…

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EU-Canada cooperation on noise through ANIMA project

The ANIMA project was presented at the beginning of November at the Green Aviation Research and Development Network (GARDN) Annual Conference in Ottawa. GARDN is a non-profit organization funded by the Government of Canada…

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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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Aircraft noise: an emerging environmental issue

The noise produced by civil aircraft can cause big problems for citizens because these noise emissions feature complex spectrum-related characteristics, which make it hard for us to get used to them. People living close…

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