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Alaasam VJ, Liu X, Niu Y, Habibian JS, Pieraut S, Ferguson BS, Zhang Y, Ouyang JQ. Effects of dim artificial light at night on locomotor activity, cardiovascular physiology, and circadian clock genes in a diurnal songbird. Environ Pollut. 2021 Mar 31;282:117036. doi: 10.1016/j.envpol.2021.117036. Epub ahead of print. PMID: 33838441. Abstract Artificial light is transforming the...
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PHOTOGRAPH BY HARUN MEHMEDINOVIĆ As an artist-in-residence at Death Valley National Park, photographer Harun Mehmedinović captured images of its night skies and increasing light pollution. In this snowy shot, he caught both stars and, on the right, the glow of the city of Las Vegas. BY CLAIRE TURRELL PHOTOGRAPHS BY HARUN MEHMEDINOVIĆ DEATH VALLEY NATIONAL Park is a...
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July 2020 A summary of the responses to the consultation and the Government’s response Excerpt 20.PHE is familiar with the evidence submitted to the consultation about possible risks to public health and considers that its advice, as set out below, remains unchanged. 21.PHE updated its guidance, published in October 2019, in respect of 5G in...
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Comments Submitted for the Record Re: 19-226, Studying Impacts of 5G Radiation on Humans Through Safety Testing June 3, 2020 Brief Comment: To Whom It May Concern at the Federal Communications Commission: As the Federal agency lead from 1997 to 2014 — when I retired from the Division of Migratory Bird Management, U.S. Fish &...
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A short video seeks to stem the rising tide of light pollution, which is robbing Earth of its dark night skies. Light pollution doesn’t just make it more difficult for professional and backyard astronomers to observe the heavens, according to the 6.5-minute film, which is called “Losing the Dark.” The loss of darkness also disrupts...
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By Olle Johansson, former head of The Experimental Dermatology Unit, Department of Neuroscience, Karolinska Institute, Stockholm, Sweden, and former adjunct professor of The Royal Institute of Technology, also Stockholm, Sweden, now retired and leading The Institute of Common Sense for Common Sense, Utö/Stockholm, Sweden. Olle Johansson KI – Photo: NASMS, A. McDowell The collective evidence...
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Physicians for Safe Technology just completed an extremely comprehensive section on Environmental and Wildlife Effects. We thank them for their contribution. Sections are ordered as follows:  Review Articles, Books, Amphibians, Bacteria, Bats, Bees and Insects, Birds, Cell Towers, Fish, Government  Letters and Papers, Magneto-reception, Mammals, Non-Thermal Effects, Plants and Seeds, Trees.  Image credit: https://unsplash.com
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Sarah Knapton, Science Editor https://www.telegraph.co.uk/science/2018/05/17/electromagnetic-radiation-power-lines-phone-masts-poses-credible/ 18 May 2018   Electromagnetic radiation may damage bird’s ability to navigate  Credit: Keith Morris / Alamy Live News  Electromagnetic radiation from power lines, wi-fi, phone masts and broadcast transmitters poses a ‘credible’ threat to wildlife, a new report suggests, as environmentalists warned the 5G roll out could cause greater...
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WEB CONFERENCE The impacts of artificial Electromagnetic Radiations on wildlife (flora and fauna) EKLIPSE held a web conference from Monday 22nd of January to Thursday 25th of January 2018. EKLIPSE invited a wide range of experts from different disciplines to discuss the current knowledge on the effects of Electromagnetic Radiation (EMR) on wildlife. The aim...
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PLANS to boost mobile phone signals in Upton-upon-Severn have been rejected by Malvern Hills District Council due to the detrimental effect they could have on the nearby wildlife. Cornerstone Telecommunications Infrastructure Limited (CTIL) had submitted an application on behalf of Vodafone and O2 to build a base station including a 15m mast and related equipment...
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