Yale Environment 360

Listening to Silence: Why We Must Protect the World’s Quiet Places

by Yale Environment 360 | June 30, 2020
“It is a frosty March morning in the Hoh Rainforest, deep within Olympic National Park in Washington state. The forest is full of Jurassic ferns, hanging moss, and towering spruce and cedars, but what I hope to find is an absence. I seek a spot known as the “One Square Inch of ...