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    8 May 2024
    The Environmental Health Trust’s latest Freedom of Information requests have revealed that the Federal Communications Commission hid test results showing that radiation levels in smartphones tested in its own laboratories exceeded federal radiation limits when tested in positions close to the body, e.g. in a pants pockets.
    1 March 2024
    The interim draft of the “Government of Canada’s 2030 National Biodiversity Strategy on Halting and reversing biodiversity loss” now specifically highlights the Canadian people’s call for the need to reduce pollution from artificial electromagnetic fields.
    4 February 2024
    The US National Toxicology Program has cancelled its research programme on RF radiation from mobile phones, despite clear results from carefully designed and reviewed decades-long, $30 million animal studies showing malignant tumours, heart and DNA damage at a level of exposure comparable to today’s mobile phone users.
    7 January 2024
    The city of Ushuaia has adopted an ordinance declaring the city a radiation-free zone for 5G and newer mobile technologies. Similarly, three other Argentinean cities will not allow the installation of antennas until there is accurate information that radiation from 5G antennas will not harm the health of residents.
    23 December 2023
    LG Electronics will unveil a transparent antenna for cars at the Consumer Electronics Show in January 2024. Designed to be compatible with different types of glass and vehicle designs, the antenna will come as an on-glass or in-glass solution and offer support for 5G, Global Navigation Satellite System and Wi-Fi connectivity.
    15 December 2023
    The lawsuit could set an important legal precedent that would help people like Henry “Hank” Allen, who have electromagnetic sensitivity, fight back against cell towers being placed near their homes.
    15 December 2023
    In November, the International Commission on Non-Ionizing Radiation Protection (ICNIRP) elected a new chair, vice chair and seven new Commissioners to join the remaining five. The new lineup takes over in mid-July 2024. Can we even expect ICNIRP to review its long-held view on the non-thermal health effects of RF-EMF?
    10 December 2023
    Mobile phones will be banned in schools to improve student performance, New Zealand’s new Prime Minister Christopher Luxon says. Education Minister Erica Stanford said current indicators revealed more than half of 15-year-olds in New Zealand did not meet basic literacy and numeracy standards.
    11 November 2023
    An international group of leading health experts has announced its support for a new international declaration aimed at raising public awareness of children’s basic rights, such as not being exposed to addictive platforms, dangerous radiation from wireless devices and commercial misuse of private information.
    17 September 2023
    The groundbreaking report identified social media platforms as undermining classroom learning, driving up costs for school systems, and being a “root cause” of the nationwide youth mental health crisis.
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