Tag Archives: EHS

Parliamentary Assembly – Council of Europe May 27th, 2011 calls for precautionary principle, warns against EMF, especially for vulnerable populations. …

Council of Europe (47 member states/countries, NOT part of EU) just adopted resolutions on May 27, 2011 by PACE (their Parliamentary Assembly – Council of Europe) to call for precautionary principle, warn against EMF, cell phones and Wi-Fi, especially for … Continue reading

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Dr. Johansson’s open letter

Click here to read Dr. Johansson’s open letter

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Electromagnetic Hypersensitivity Studies

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Letter to BC Government’s Risk Management Department requesting formal advise regarding impending actions by the Victoria School Board

To: Andrew Green, Risk Management Director, Client Services – Education Dear Mr. Green, This letter serves as formal advice regarding impending actions by the Victoria School Board, and to ask about the financial reserves established to fund liabilities which the Board and its trustees will likely … Continue reading

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The Green Muze blogs on “Smart Meter Health Risks”

WEDNESDAY, 23 FEBRUARY 2011 CHRIS ANDERSON iStockphotos. Electromagnetic radiation (EMR), such as measured from smart meters, has been associated in many scientific studies with negative health effects. Yet, BC Hydro (a Canada based electrical utility), has decided to install aWIMAX (Worldwide … Continue reading

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“Can Wi-Fi harm kids?” Rob Wipond responds to Lorne Trottier in Focus Magazine comments

Can Wi-Fi harm kids? by Rob Wipond, March 2011 Hearings on Wi-Fi in classrooms discover large differences in the level of trust of information about health impacts. It’s not often CBC radio host Gregor Craigie’s soothing voice puts someone on … Continue reading

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Whynotwired responds to “Final Wi-Fi arguments heard”

Final Wi-Fi arguments heard By Natalie North – Saanich News Published: March 03, 2011 10:00 AM Updated: March 03, 2011 10:55 AM nnorth@saanichnews.com “The Greater Victoria School District has no plans to remove wireless Internet from schools, following the last of … Continue reading

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