What the rest of the world is doing plus here at home

Due to increased awareness and concern about cell-tower radiation, many communities across the country are organizing and pushing back. In 2009, the school board in Los Angeles voted to prohibit cell towers near schools. Recently, in Dekalb County, Georgia, more than 75,000 residents voted in a referendum to keep cell towers off school grounds. And, entire towns like Bar Harbor, Maine, and Hempstead, NY have followed the example of many other countries around the world who have already banned, or are in the process of banning, the installation of any cell towers within 1,500 feet of schools and child-care centers.

India – Cell towers in parts of India are being taken down:  http://apps.fcc.gov/ecfs/document/view?id=7520958472

New Zealand – working to keep cell towers away from schools:  http://www.voxy.co.nz/politics/greens-no-cell-towers-near-schoolspreschools/5/5030

The Irish National Teachers Organization calls for a ban on cell towers near schools – “Individuals have a choice whether to use a mobile phone or not. With a phone mast near a school, children have no choice” – Cellular News

A Belgium Court bans cell towers near elementary school citing health concerns – September, 2009 – News Story

Surrey, Canada –  parents object to school plans for cell tower:     YouTube Video

Israeli Supreme Court Ordered the Israeli Government to investigate the number of children Suffering From EHS (electromagnetic hypersensitivity).

Switzerland, Italy, France, Austria, Luxembourg, Bulgaria, Poland, Hungary, Israel, Russia and China have all set exposure limits 100 to 10,000 times less than USA

After the release of the BioInitiative Report in 2007, the European Environmental Agency, called for immediate action to limit exposure to radiation from Wi-Fi, mobile phones and mobile phone towers.


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