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Saturday, July 2, 2011

Do You want beter EMF standards that protects the public and not the industry?


Do you want the WHO (World Health Organization) to adopt new EMF (electromagnetic radiation) standards that protect people and not the industry?

AVAAZ (http://www.avaaz.org/en/about.php) is a nonprofit organization with more than 9000000 members, that operate from 192 countries and in 14 different languages.

Recently I got an email ( from Emma, an EMR awareness activist from new Zealand) calling me to fill in a request for AVAAZ to act on to put pressure on the WHO to adopt new EMR standards that take into consideration biological effects and cumulative exposures. I have decided to replay Emma's email and to fill in the request. Now I call upon you friends, activists and my readers, to do the same.

If you can please fill in the request at: http://www.avaaz.org/en/contact/

Choose the option: " Suggest a new campaign"

And fill in your details.

I suggest using the following text:

Header: 'EMF (Electromagnetic Radiation) Safety'

Message body:

"“Please lobby the WHO to promote a precautionary approach to public health and safety; reject the current ICNIRP EMF guidelines and develop new safety standards which take into account biological effects and cumulative exposures.

Thanks a lot!"

Please find attached a picture of my request.

Please feel free to forward this email to friends, relatives and people you know.

Together we can make a difference!!!

Thanks in advance!

No Rad(Amir)

3 comments:

  1. Complex Post. This post helped me in my school assignment. Thanks Alot

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  2. So glad to hear about this. Recently, Prof. Belpomme who heads an association in the lead in Europe in research and treatment of the biological symptoms of EHS, met with WHO officials re. placing EHS in the International Classification of Diseases, which is being revised. You probably know about the Canadian EM advocacy group WEEP Initiative www.weepinitiative.org. I will post your request on my Website. Keep up the good work!

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