Citizens for Safe Technology
Empowering the public to protect children
and nature from unsafe wireless technologies.
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Letter to Greater Victoria School District re Wi-Fi in Schools
from Olle Johansson PhD, Associate Professor, Department of Neuroscience, Karolinska Institute, Stockholm, Sweden
Dear Board of Education Trustees,
"I understand your Board will very soon make a public announcement regarding the safety of Wi-Fi and its use in SD 61 schools. As a neuroscientist who has been studying the biophysical and epidemiological effects of electromagnetic fields for over 30 years, I believe children are placed at great risk with this type of exposure . . .
"In conclusion, wireless systems, such as Wi-Fi routers, cannot be regarded as safe in schools, but must be deemed highly hazardous and unsafe for the children as well as for the staff.
"I encourage governments and local health and educational bodies to adopt a framework of guidelines for public and occupational EMF exposure that reflect the Precautionary Principle . . .
"Some 100 years back, we learned the hard lessons of ionizing radiation and the need for strict health protections - now we must openly face the possibility that we must take a seat in life's school and learn again... This time it is about non-ionizing radiation.
"Based on all of the above, I strongly urge you to consider your public stance on the safety of Wi-Fi in schools."
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Citizens For Safe Technology
"Wi-Fi: Is It Safe?"
Citizens for Safe Technology is a not-for-profit educational society made up of parents, grandparents, teachers, business professionals, scientists, politicians and lawyers concerned about the exponential increase in public exposure to harmful wireless technologies.
We believe a profound urgency exists to protect the unsuspecting public, especially children, youth and pregnant mothers from unsafe wireless technologies.
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