1) Ecological Threats of the Connected World and 5G is a series of 3 excellent short videos providing different informatiion about 5G. Here is part 1 and I will have parts 2 and 3 in the next updates.
Miguel Coma on energy consumption and greenhouse gas emissions of 5G.
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=fYonbiK0MQQ (20:58 min.)
2) An article in the Sierra Club California & Nevada Desert Committee’s “Desert Report”. Hopefully, people from these environmental groups will join with us now that they are learning about 5G and its demands.
WHAT DRIVES THIS NEED FOR ELECTRICITY?
Will renewable sources be enough?
“5G is the 5th generation of wireless technology. This is promoted as not just another G. It is a G specifically designed to provide universal connectivity unlike anything we’ve seen before. The scale of the network and necessary infrastructure is enormous. Although it is not yet fully developed, it has already been rolled out in a number of countries.4 5G is a stunningly complex, capable, and very ambitious telecommunications system….
But . . . there are dark sides, including for instance the energy needed to power the system. 5G is understood to be “power-hungry.” 9 This is described in numerous papers and websites, and it appears to be widely accepted.”
3) Prevent Cancer Now, whose director is Dr. Meg Sears, is fighting hard to have the CEPA (Canadian Environmental Protection Act) amended to recognize and better protect our health and that of all living things from environmental toxins in our food, water, and in our air, e.g. EMF.
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The beauty of diversity
Lessons for environmental regulation
“Parliament is debating Bill S-5: Strengthening Environmental Protection for a Healthier Canada Act, and Prevent Cancer Now sees that chemical assessment must also consider how diseases develop, such as chemicals mimicking or blocking hormones. “Endocrine disruption” affects development, metabolism (and obesity), sexual differentiation, reproduction and incidence of hormone-sensitive cancers. As “obesity related” and hormone-sensitive cancers continue to increase in Canada the federal government continues to minimize this science. We don’t want nor need endocrine disruptors legally allowed in our food and water, daily products, or workplaces….
Finally, a Missing Link in biodiversity decline could well be radiofrequency radiation used for wireless telecommunications. A good first step would be to amend CEPA to collect data and to study the effects of these escalating exposures.
In the meantime, check out reasons to stop spectrum sales! “
Sharon Noble, Director, Coalition to Stop Smart Meters/Citizens for Safer Tech
“Start where you are. Use what you have. Do what you can.” Arthur Ashe
Sent from my wired laptop with no wireless components or connections.