European & other government recommendations

France Passes New National Law!

  • WIFI Banned in Nursery Schools.
  • National Radiofrequency Agency Established
  • Cell Phones Labeled with SAR Values and Ways to Lower Radiation
  • WiFi Routers Turned Off in Elementary Schools Except When Needed
  • Cell Phone Ads Must Recommend Phones be Held Away From the Head
  • Location of Wireless Routers Must be Posted
  • Government Report To Be Prepared on Electro-hypersensitivity

Download link: france_passes_new_national_law.pdf

Namibia recognises that ICNIRP standards are not protective of humanhealth.

Download link: atomic_energy_board_annual_review_2012_edit.pdf

Council of Europe calls for dramatic reduction in EMF exposure

A new Council of Europe Committee Resolution calls for a dramatic reduction in human exposure to EMFs and microwave radiation from mobile phones, mobile masts and other wireless devices. This Resolution makes a strong call for properly applying the precautionary principle / approach to EMFs - both from electric power and from wireless communications technologies, something that the South African Government and its related Health, Environment, Education and Telecommunication departments have so far completely failed to do. Keep reading


This Resolution was approved by members of the Russian National Committee on Non-Ionizing Radiation Protection (RNCNIRP) at its Committee session on 3 March 2011. The Resolution evolved from scientific statements adopted by RNCNIRP in 2001, 2004, 2007, 2008 and 2009, taking into account contemporary views and actual scientific data. The Resolution represents a viewpoint of the professional scientific community and is meant for public dissemination, for the consumers of the mobile telecommunications services, as well as for the legislative and executive authorities who develop and implement health protection, environmental, communication, scientific and safety policies.

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Israel National Report 2010 to The World Health Organisation

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