for a quiet world

Be quiet. Save quiet.


Noise pollution is increasing.

There’s not a single place on Earth designated off-limits to noise pollution.
— Gordon Hempton, Founding Member, Quiet International

Noise harms mind, body and soul.

Environmental noise exposure is responsible for a range of health effects, including increased risk of ischaemic heart disease as well as sleep disturbance, cognitive impairment among children, annoyance, stress-related mental health risks, and tinnitus.
— World Health Organization

Quiet heals.

Silence is a source of great strength.
— Lao Tzu

Join the Movement

Download the free I ❤ Quiet app to visit quiet places, do quiet activities, meet quiet people, buy quiet products and choose quiet services.

Be Quiet. Save Quiet.


Coming Soon

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The Quiet Challenge

How have you been quiet today? Tell us on social media with #BeQuiet #SaveQuiet #iLoveQuiet

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