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question, particularly with regard to the level of risk potentially involved ”.
In this context, different noise cases have been brought before the ECtHR, such as air traffic and aircraft noise, neighbouring noise, road trafficnoise, rail traffic, wind turbines and wind energy farms, and
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higher than that in Tokyo, even though Tokyo has fifteen times more cars than Beijing. 33 Trafficnoise in Shanghai and Tianjin is now worse than that in New York, London, Rome, or Tokyo where traffic is heavier. The Chinese have explained this phenomenon by stating that the higher levels of noise result
out the window and beat on the car doors and yell something at me, but I can't understand what they're saying. I chalk it up to teenagers harassing a woman on the street and go on. They cut into a parking lot ahead of me and get out of the car, again yelling. The trafficnoise is so heavy I can
.g. specific aspects of nature conservation, air pollution control or trafficnoise.
By contrast, in German environmental administration many tasks have been devolved to local agencies and specialized higher level agencies abolished over the last decades.
State environmental agencies and
data by colony since density,
214 vegetational, and other factors such as closeness to trafficnoises might in- fluence aggression rates. Further, too often behaviorists lump data from different colonies, obscuring differences, or they examine only one colony and assume differnces do not exist (but