What to do..........


Collectively we also request that:

  1. children and pregnant women be protected;
  2. guidelines and regulatory standards be strengthened;
  3. manufacturers be encouraged to develop safer technology;
  4. utilities responsible for the generation, transmission, distribution, and monitoring of electricity maintain adequate power quality and ensure proper electrical wiring to minimize harmful ground current;
  5. the public be fully informed about the potential health risks from electromagnetic energy and taught harm reduction strategies;
  6. medical professionals be educated about the biological effects of electromagnetic energy and be provided training on treatment of patients with electromagnetic sensitivity;
  7. governments fund training and research on electromagnetic fields and health that is independent of industry and mandate industry cooperation with researchers;
  8. media disclose experts’ financial relationships with industry when citing their opinions regarding health and safety aspects of EMF-emitting technologies; and
  9. white-zones (radiation-free areas) be established.
  10. "You can reduce EMF footprints" both the footprints the visitor and her/his family make and the ones other people make that are exposures to the visitor and her/his family—so getting into both 1st-hand and 2nd-hand
  11. "You can reduce EMF exposures" (2nd-hand, various other practicesafetech)
  12. something like "Conversation starters" (but really you do it by giving important tips)
  13. maybe get into wisdoms re the other types of EMFs besides "wireless" (even though they're all actually wirelessly in the air)


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"Governmental action is essential. Send the International EMF Scientist Appeal (EMFscientist.org) to your elected representatives. Ask them to adopt policies to make wireless technology safe. Encourage them to fund education and research through a modest fee on mobile device subscriptions (e.g. a nickel a month). Work with others to get schools to remove Wi-Fi and provide students with Internet access via wired networks."

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