Resources for Policy Makers
Welcome Elected Officials, Administrators and Policy Makers
Decision makers who give the issue of wireless its due diligence need access to the best available science and current policy developments. Below you will find Q & A plus documents and resources you need in order to be fully informed. Fully informed, you can protect public health while also meeting the community need for technology access.
Frequently Asked Questions
BRIEFINGS AND FACT SHEETS
Alster, Norm. Captured agency: How the Federal Communications Commission is dominated by the industries it presumably regulates. Cambridge, MA: Edmund J. Safra Center for Ethics, Harvard University. 2015.
2013 Letter to San Francisco Supervisors “Strengthened Scientific Circumstances further increase necessity for the City’s Right-To-Know Ordinance and Justify a Major Public Health Education Campaign on Cell Phone Safety”
PUBLISHED MAGAZINE ARTICLES OF NOTE
The Scientist Magazine: Opinion: Cell Phone Health Risk? Security concerns during the Cold War may have led to the generation of misinformation on the physiological effects of microwave radiation from mobile phones By Scientist and Researcher Allan H. Frey
Letters From US Agencies that Document Serious Concerns on Outdated RF Exposure Limits
1995 EPA Letter to the FCC on Development of Guidelines by the EPA.
1984: US Science Advisory Board Letter that recommends that the EPA develop radiation protection guidance to protect the public (Note: they were never issued.)