A report to UNESCO by botanist Mark Broomhall details the association between increasing amounts of electromagnetic radiation and species disappearance and exodus from the Mt. Nardi area of the Nightcap National Park World Heritage Area during a 15-year period (2000-2015).
A 27-year study reported that the amount of insects flying in the air has declined 75% and although the causes haven’t been established, this finding supports other studies which demonstrate the impact of wireless radiation on insects and birds. The
Researchers from Kolkata’s Jadavpur University have indicated mobile-tower radiation affects plants and vegetables, adding to a debate on the health implications of such technology as India’s telecom watchdog tries to dispel fears. Scientists from the university’s electronics and telecommunications engineering
Reports In Jul 2015, members of The Lancet’s Editorial Board published an article on planetary health, defining it as “the health of human civilisation and the state of the natural systems on which it depends”. Here is an extract: “We
Starling W. Childs, M.S. is a geologist and forestry consultant, and adjunct faculty member at the Yale School of Forestry and Environmental Studies, who has focused on the effects of electromagnetic radiation on wildlife and nature. He is President of
Scientists report that RF fields emitted by cellular antennas alone potentially cause the decline of animal populations, reduction of some species’ useful territory, and deterioration of plant health. Some species may experience reduction of their natural defenses, problems in reproduction