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2015 Environmental Sensitivities Symposium
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Please, note the upcoming 2015 Environmental Sensitivities Symposium about, i.a., EHS, starting on the 23rd of March at 8 am (AEDT*), which will run for 8 consecutive days. [*AEDT=Australia/Melbourne] http://www.essymposium.com/

Inside the ‘quiet zone’, home to electrosensitives
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Australian Broadcasting Corporation Broadcast: 10/03/2015 Reporter: North America correspondent Ben Knight The tiny US town of Green Bank, West Virginia is in the ‘quiet zone’ – free from wireless communications due to the sensitivity of a high powered telescope. That … Read More

Residents fear remote West Virginia ‘quiet zone’ protected from electromagnetic radiation under threat
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A group of people in the United States who believe that electromagnetic radiation from modern gadgets is making them sick fear their protected sanctuary may be under threat. ABC Late Line interviewed EHS People who call themselves ‘electrosensitives’ and live … Read More

Researchers Conclude Wireless Radiation Causes Cancer After Latest Scientific Findings Announced
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National advocacy group calls on major children’s health organizations to promote safe technology in schools with the “Turn It Off 4 Kids” Initiative The State of the Science:  The Debate is Over PRLog – Feb. 3, 2015 – The National … Read More

Does YOUR toddler play on an iPad?
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Taiwan makes it ILLEGAL for parents to let children under two use electronic gadgets… and under-18s must limit use to ‘reasonable’ lengths Children under two banned from using electronic devices in Taiwan Parents who allow children to use iPads and … Read More

Wireless smart meters and public acceptance: The environment, limited choices, and precautionary politics
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David J. Hess and Jonathan S. Coley Vanderbilt University, USA Abstract Wireless smart meters (WSMs) promise numerous environmental benefits, but they have been installed without full consideration of public acceptance issues. Although societal-implications research and regulatory policy have focused on … Read More