Directory of EMF Resources
The Collaborative has a Working Group on Electromagnetic Fields (EMF) of more than 250 health professionals, scientists, and concerned individuals. This group has a listserve for the purpose of sharing new research and policy ideas and discussion and you can sign up to receive updates. Additionally the CHE-EMF Working Group hosts teleconferences featuring leading researchers speaking to topics related to EMF science and health impacts. You can listen to their recorded conferences in electromagnetic radiation. We highly recommend that you join the EMF listserve to stay updated on the science.
We are a group of physicians and health professionals whose mission is to provide trusted leadership in promoting, healthy and safe environments through the safer use of technology at home, in schools, in the workplace, in healthcare settings and in communities. Our aim is to prevent acute and chronic diseases by encouraging understanding of the connection between the public, psychosocial and environmental health effects of using modern technology. This site will help to advance and translate multidisciplinary science regarding health and environmental impacts of wireless and digital technologies and provide recommendations for health professionals, policymakers and the public.
Founded by Dr. Erica Mallery-Blythe, Physicians’ Health Initiative for Radiation and Environment (PHIRE) is an independent association of medical doctors and associated specialists assembled for the purposes of improving education regarding health effects of non-ionising radiation. We collate research produced globally on this issue, share and critique it and also conduct our own research.
We use the resulting knowledge to help educate ourselves and others, improve best practice guidance, and facilitate protection and support of vulnerable groups.
The Oceania Radiofrequency Science Advisory Association (ORSAA) Database is a searchable database on peer-reviewed scientific studies and articles on bioeffect research of electromagnetic fields. The database is designed to enable detailed independent searches invaluable to researchers and scientists. It requires some training on how to use it most effectively.
Dr. Joel Moskowitz Director and Principal Investigator, Center for Family and Community Health at the University of California Berkeley School of Public Health maintains the excellent blog on current news and research on electromagnetic fields.
Dr. Hardell is the internationally respected scientist on cell phone radiation and cancer. He worked on Agent Orange in the 80s calling it out to be a cancer risk. He and Michael Carlberg have worked on the issue of wireless exposure and cancer risk for the last decade extensively publishing in the field.
Dariusz Leszczynski PhD was an invited expert to the WHO IARC’s EMF working group in 2011. His research group studied regulation of cellular stress response and used high-throughput screening methods of transcriptomics and proteomics to identify genes and proteins affected by mobile phone radiation. His blog contains links to his lectures and powerpoint presentations.
An extensive report authored by international scientists published in the field of EMF’s calling for the reform of outdated safety standards due to the mounting evidence of health effects from electromagnetic fields (1479 pages of scientific evidence). Note:
- Research Abstracts: These are invaluable sets of abstracts (data-based to be searchable) covering the RFR scientific literature, as well as collections of scientific abstracts on free radical damage (from both RFR and ELF) and a set specific to electrosensitivity. They cover the research published between 1990-2014.
- Color Charts at Exposure Levels: These invaluable charts detail the published science showing biological effects at different exposure levels. We highly recommend that you take the time to review them.
Microwave News is the go-to news source since January 1981 reporting on non-ionizing Radiation that covers the entire non-ionizing electromagnetic spectrum, with emphasis on mobile phones and power lines, as well as radar and broadcast towers. In addition, they cover medical applications of different types of fields and radiation, as well as the ability of various species to navigate using the Earth’s magnetic field. Their EMF-EMR Web Directory lists hundreds of Web sites. Highly recommended for researchers and scientists.
For over 20 years Powerwatch has researched and presented the science to the public. This informative website maintains a library of research articles and regularly reviews new research studies on electromagnetic fields.
More than one hundred physicians, scientists and public health professionals from around the world have joined together to express their concern about the risk that wireless radiation poses to pregnancy and to urge pregnant women to limit their exposures. Watch the press confeerence, read their joint statement, watch their video and download health resources for pregnant women.
An excellent resource on wireless radiation, fracking, artificial turf and chemical exposures. “The mission of Grassroots Environmental Education is to inform the public about the health risks of common environmental exposures and to empower individuals to act as catalysts for change in their own communities. We strive to accomplish this using science-driven arguments for clean air, clean water and a safe food supply, and for stricter regulation of chemical toxins. We believe that positive and lasting change is best accomplished through grassroots initiatives.”
EHH is made up of doctors, public health professionals and policy experts committed to the reduction of environmental health risks to individuals. They prepared the Cell Phone Report that summarizes the science on cell phones. You can download the report off the website link at their site and read their other reports on environmental health issues.
This extensive literature database from Aachen University summarizes systematically scientific research data on the effects of electromagnetic fields (EMF) and has an inventory of 22,305 publications and 5,456 summaries of individual scientific studies. The EMF-Portal is a project of the femu working group of the Institute and Out-patient Clinic of Occupational Medicine of the University Hospital RWTH Aachen. All information is made available in both English and German.
A research, education and advocacy organization working nationally and internationally to present the risks of electromagnetic fields from wireless technologies clearly and to empower citizens, governments, health professionals and media to become constructively engaged in creating safer lifestyles, communities and natural environments.
“Our mission is to bring awareness to the harmful physical and mental health effects of cell phones, Wi-Fi, wireless computer equipment, portable phones, excessive screen time, too early technology use, wireless utility equipment and neighborhood cell towers and antennas.”
Magda Havas is Associate Professor of Environmental & Resource Studies at Trent University where she teaches and does research on the biological effects of environmental contaminants. Her website provides a wealth of information on electromagnetic fields.
Canadians for Safe Technology is headed up by the former Canadian Microsoft President Frank Clegg. Canadians 4 Safe Technology is a not-for-profit, volunteer-based coalition of parents, citizens and experts whose mission is to educate and inform Canadians and their policy makers about the dangers of the exposures to unsafe levels of radiation from technology and to work with all levels of government to create healthier communities for children and families from coast to coast.
Citizens for Safe Technology Society is a not-for-profit educational society made up of Canadian and U.S. parents, grandparents, teachers, business professionals, physicians, scientists, politicians and lawyers.
The California Brain Tumor Association educates individuals and communities about environmental health risks related to brain tumors and develops and promotes constructive policy changes that rely on our research and input from relevant experts.
The EM Radiation Research Trust is an independent body. The aim of the organisation is to provide the facts about electro-magnetic radiation and our health to the public and the media.
Ever wonder how many cell towers are nearby? Just type in any US address and get the towers and antennas within a 4 mile radius.
This website looks up the strength of the wireless signal for any address in the US.
IEMFA is the International Electromagnetic Fields Alliance, supported by an independent and growing global body of empirically-based scientific experts on living processes, with a multilevel, multidisciplinary health focus.
EMFacts Consultancy, founded in 1994 by Don Maisch, has produced a wide range of reports and papers dealing with various health issues related to human exposure to Electromagnetic Radiation. This website was established in 1997 as an independent source of information on the possible health and safety issues arising from human exposure to Electromagnetic Energy (EME).
EMR Australia is dedicated to creating EMR-safe living and working environments. We offer a unique blend of technical expertise, knowledge about the effects of electromagnetic radiation and concern for people’s welfare.
Manhattan Neighbors for Safer Telecommunications wants New York City to be a global leader on wireless safety. Our mission is to bring awareness to the harmful physical and mental health effects of cell phones, Wi-Fi, wireless computer equipment, portable phones, excessive screen time, too early technology use, wireless utility equipment and neighborhood cell towers and antennas.
These are only a few of the hundreds of websites online raising awareness about the science on cell phones, wireless and health. Please check back for more as we update this site.