1) A stellar group of experts on various issues involving cell towers — scientists, lawyers, etc. Full information is at the linked site.
Let’s Connect about Cell Tower
Join us for an Expert Zoom Webinar
Thursday, March 30, 2023
7:00-8:30pm ET, 4:00-5::30 PT
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Here is a draft of a “toolkit” prepared a couple of years ago by folks at C4ST. Someone recently sent it to me and suggested that people involved with cell towers might want to see this. This is from a Canadian perspective where the webinar above will offer US legal advice (much of which could be useful here.)
How to Stop a Cell Tower in Canada
2) A documentary about a young man suffering with EHS.
“An intimate window into William’s isolated world and a moving and poignant depiction of a family, devoted to finding a way to save their son.
https://www.imdb.com/title/tt21046366/ The Trailers (01:30 & 02:20 min.)
The Documentary (1:24 hours)
“A contender for Outstanding Début By A British Writer, Director or Producer at the 2023 BAFTAs, Electric Malady is one of those documentaries which really is stranger than fiction, and no less powerful. It was made by Swedish-born Marie Lidén, whose mother struggled with an illness much like that of its subject, with a profound effect on her own life. Although you may or may not be convinced by claims made about that illness, it’s a fascinating watch which will leave feeling for those affected regardless.”
3) Non-EMF but this is a very important issue highlighted by Dr. Meg Sears who is working so hard to reduce the many and varied toxins in our environment. Another shocking example of Health Canada’s failure to protect Canadians. What is Health Canada doing? Why does it even exist???
Prevent Cancer Now Calls for Immediate Action on Asbestos Cement Water Pipes
“Prevent Cancer Now is looking for action on a long-standing public health threat, following the airing of an alarming W5 investigation of old asbestos cement (AC) water pipes. (https://www.ctvnews.ca/w5/canadians-should-be-very-concerned-about-their-drinking-water-w5-investigates-asbestos-cement-pipes-1.6322678 ) The CTV investigative news program reported that the pipes are still widely used across Canada. Moreover, Canada does not regulate asbestos – a known human carcinogen – in drinking water….
“Asbestos is highly carcinogenic, whether it is inhaled or ingested,” stated PCN Chair Meg Sears. “The Health Canada position means that Canada has no maximum contaminant level, no regulation, almost no testing, and the public is not protected or even warned about this health threat. This needs to change. Old asbestos cement pipes still deliver water to hundreds of thousands, if not millions of Canadians. People need to know, and this needs to be fixed.”
Here is the CTV’s W5 program:
Something in the Water: Asbestos fibers turning up in Canada’s drinking water
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=dMWPF6cUq3Q (22:35 min.)
Sharon Noble, Director, Coalition to Stop Smart Meters/Citizens for Safer Tech
“If you think in terms of a year, plant a seed; if in terms of ten years, plant trees; if in terms of 100 years, teach the people.” Confucius
Sent from my wired laptop with no wireless components. Practice Safe Tech.