Tea Time with Vince and Frank: Are we deaf to noise pollution?


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Tea Time with Vince and Frank: Are we deaf to noise pollution?
We've been taking action against air and water pollution, but noise pollution has serious – and irreversible – consequences, too

MANILA, Philippines – The rattle of motor engines, the honking of horns, and the screeching of tires are but part of the daily background noise of the urban dweller. Have we gotten so used to this cacophony that while we are starting to become more mindful of the smog and the plastic clutter around us, the campaign against noise pollution is falling by the sideways?

Join Right of Way host and road safety advocate Vince Lazatin and VISOR motoring writer Frank Schuengel (all the way from the Isle of Man TT Race, arguably the biggest motosport event in the world) as they talk about the lack of action against noise pollution – and the irreversible damage brought about by prolonged exposure. – Rappler.com

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