Citizens for Safe Technology
Empowering the public to protect children
and nature from unsafe wireless technologies.
Video and Resources
Videos in this section are gathered from various sources. They vary in topic and content, but all have useful information about the effects of electromagnetic fields and/or wireless radiation on societies and environments.
Resources include lists, tables, charts, and references to provide background and support for understanding and analysis.
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C4ST - Held for Canadian Medical Doctors and Health Care Practitioners Presented by C4ST and Women's College Hospital Toronto - September 12, 2014
C4ST Symposium information
Dr. Devra Davis
Founder and President Environmental Trust Fund; former Professor, Department of Epidemiology and founding Director, Center for Environmental Oncology, University of Pittsburgh, Cancer Institute.
Dr. Hugh Taylor
Chair, Department of Obstetrics Gynecology and Reproductive Sciences at Yale School of Medicine
Dr. Anthony Miller
Professor Emeritus, Dalla Lana School of Public Health, University of Toronto
Mr. Frank Clegg
Former President of Microsoft Canada, CEO of Canadians for Safe Technology.
Dr. Magda Havas
Associate Professor of Environmental & Resource Studies at Trent University
Mobilize is an investigative documentary that looks at the potential risks of cell phone radiation
Mobilize is an investigative documentary that explores the potential long-term health effects from cell phone radiation including brain cancer and infertility. This thought-provoking film examines the most recent scientific research and the challenges politicians face trying to pass cell phone safety legislation. Through interviews with expert researchers, major mobile associates, and prominent politicians, Mobilize presents a balanced and insightful observation about this unspoken health issue.
Director/ Screenwriter: Kevin Kunze
There are 6 billion cell phones worldwide, but what do we really know about the long-term health effects from this technology? Mobilize is an investigative documentary that looks at the potential risks of cell phone radiation including cancer and infertility. This thought- provoking film examines the most recent scientific research, the challenges politicians face trying to pass precautionary legislation, and the pervasive influence cell phone companies have in our society.
Filmed over three years, Mobilize features interviews with experts from the following organizations and universities: Apple Inc., the World Health Organization, the International Agency for Research on Cancer, the National Cancer Institute, the Cellular Telecommunications Internet Association, Yale University, Harvard University, USC, UCSF, UC Berkeley, and Virgin Mobile.
Broadcast September 5, 2012 - Center For Safer Wireless
Published on Sep 5, 2012
In this, the second of upcoming posts from the Center for Wireless Safety's "Wireless Safety Summit," held October 5, 2011 in Washington, D.C., Dr. Devra Davis exposes industry efforts to suppress evidence of harm to human health from exposure to wireless radiation.
2014 Interview on Boil the Frog Radio
Published on June 19, 2014
Special guest - Kevin Mottus, 2014 Congressional Candidate from California District 33 joins the show to share an important part of his platform - and that is to minimize radio frequency radiation exposure from all wireless devices and infrastructure to protect the health of our children.
Text taken directly from the Kevin Mottus website:
Australia 21-06-2011: shows the correlation and possible links of mobile phone use and brain tumours.
For customers who have chosen #3 on Hydro's List of "options"
FOR THOSE OF US WITH ANALOG METERS:
To be displayed on analog meter to ensure that BC Hydro's installers are aware of your "choice" to retain your analog and to accept no other.
Make sure to include the date, and provide the information at the bottom of the sign. This replaces the more generic "NO TRESPASSING" sign that was previously available.
Two-sided, one-page online flyer with links (first published April, 2013)
Links are provided under the headings:
issued December 2013
Illustrated Commentary on Access Requirements in the 2006 British Columbia Building Code
People with ES / EHS are currently prevented/hindered from accessing certain buildings and public areas.
From the Office of Housing and Construction Standards
"It is important for users of the B.C. Building Code to be reminded that the presence and participation of persons with disabilities in our communities is significant. The percentage of persons with disabilities of all ages will increase, especially over the next few decades. This growth will include persons with all types of disabilities, each type having their own specific design needs.
"The roles of persons with disabilities in society are ever expanding and need to be recognized. Not only are persons with disabilities receivers of services, they are also providers. For example, they are students and educators, employees and employers, shoppers and merchants, spectators and athletes, residents of buildings and designers of buildings, to name a few. They participate in all aspects of community life and in doing so, utilize all types of buildings. Users of the code, specifically the sections dealing with building requirements for persons with disabilities, must be aware of the strong impact that proper application of the code has on the day-to-day lives of people with disabilities. Accessibility is paramount. Thoughtful and careful use of this handbook in applying the building requirements for persons with disabilities will benefit all members of the community. . .
"1.1.3. . . . Access or accessible means that a person with disabilities is, without assistance, able to approach, enter, pass to and from, and make use of an area and its facilities, or either of them. . . .
Josh Hart Interview on Checkin' It Out with Dr. James Tracy
Josh Hart is founder and director of www.StopSmartMeters.org, one of the foremost organizations raising public awareness on the rollout of wireless technology and the "smart grid." Hart is a journalist and researcher, having completed graduate work at the University of West England at Bristol on the relationship between transportation, roadway activity and quality of community life. In 2008 his scholarship was covered in over 100 international media outlets including the BBC, the Guardian, Tehran Times, and the Daily Mail.
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"Wi-Fi: Is It Safe?"
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