Monthly Archives: October 2015

“How we prevented a new cell tower in Eugene, Oregon.”

        Katie Singer’s excellent newsletter An Electronic Silent Spring recently published a great article on the grass-roots movement that arose in response to AT & T’s effort at erecting a 75-foot cell tower on church property, next … Continue reading

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Building Biologists hold study day in Southern California

Twenty-four building biology faculty, practitioners, students and friends from several states attended a study day in Orange County, California on October 10, 2015. In addition to giving the participants practice in conducting an EMF survey of the home, building biologist … Continue reading

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Expert Docs Urge U.S. Secretary of Education: Play It Safe with Kids – Go Wired Not WiFi

Leading expert scientists and doctors who are advisors of the Environmental Health Trust (EHT) have sent an open letter to U.S. Secretary of Education Arne Duncan and incoming acting Secretary John King detailing children’s unique vulnerability to the health risks … Continue reading

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