The FCC needs a lot more than input on their recent consultation (like someone in charge besides the industry), but at least they can’t say we didn’t tell them so. See important message from Joel Moskowitz of UC Berkeley below:
FCC Needs Input about Radiofrequency Radiation Exposure
The Federal Communications Commission (FCC) is considering changes to the exposure policy for radiofrequency (RF) radiation in the United States. The agency has requested comments be submitted by September 3, 2013.
We need to deliver scientific information to policy makers in a credible and understandable fashion to protect the future health and safety of our children and grandchildren.
Grassroots Environmental Education has launched a comments web site to help scientists, medical and public health professionals, and technical and policy experts from around the world to submit comments and peer-reviewed publications to the FCC.
RF Rad Comments is a cooperative project bringing together individuals and organizations concerned about reducing human exposure to RF radiation (e.g., cell phones and cordless phones, Wi-Fi and Smart Meters). The site describes two options for submitting comments: (1) through the RF Rad web site, or( 2) directly to the FCC. The site contains a list of key issues and reference documents. Since the site is a work in progress, your comments on the web site are appreciated. Please send them to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Joel M. Moskowitz, Ph.D.
School of Public Health
University of California, Berkeley
Electromagnetic Radiation Safety
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