One of the world’s quietest places is an urban park in Taiwan; meet the scientist on a mission to identify and preserve others | South China Morning Post

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Nature sounds are as important as clean air and water for health, says an acoustic ecologist whose non-profit is seeking out the world’s quiet places, on land and sea, and in cities, in order to preserve them.

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