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German Federal Office for Radiation Protection calls for more research on influence of electromagnetic fields on plants and animals

Further to an international workshop on environmental effects of electric, magnetic and electromagnetic fields on flora and fauna, Germany’s Office for Radiation Protection (BfS) says that “there is still a considerable need for research”. The workshop, which was organised by … Continue reading

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Tower of terror: Father accuses NBN of “assault”

According to an article published in the Sunshine Coast Daily, a father living in fear of an NBN tower near his home has taken the telco giant to court in a bid to stop them from switching it on, with … Continue reading

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Federal Government announces $9 million splurge to ‘build public confidence” in 5G safety

In an astonishing move, given that an Inquiry into 5G in Australia is currently underway, a joint media release from the Hon Paul Fletcher MP, Minister for Communications, Cyber Safety and the Arts and Senator the Hon Richard Colbeck, who … Continue reading

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A snapshot of living with Environmental Sensitivities in Australia in 2019

Dr Sharyn Martin’s latest report meticulously analyses data collected from people who have registered their environmental sensitivities with the Australian National Register for Environmental Sensitivities (ANRES).  Environmental Sensitivities (ES) describes a variety of reactions to chemicals, electromagnetic fields and other … Continue reading

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Why aren’t more climate change activists fighting 5G?

While most climate change activists are focused on limiting emissions from the automotive, aviation and energy sectors, it’s the communications industry that is on track to generate more carbon emissions than all of the aforementioned sectors. In 2016, it was … Continue reading

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Science and Wireless 2019 | Monday, 2nd December

The Australian Centre for Electromagnetic Bioeffects Research and Swinburne University of Technology are hosting this year’s Science and Wireless at Swinburne University, Melbourne. The event is free, but registration is required.  Note that attendees with questions for the Public Forum … Continue reading

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Danish legal opinion concludes 5G contravenes human and environmental laws

Attorney-at-law Christian Jensen, of Bonnor Lawyers in Denmark, examined potential health damages and risks of 5G in relation to human rights and environmental conventions. The legal opinion is centred around results that have positively documented actual damages or risks to … Continue reading

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