Under the leadership and initiative of Dr. Magda Havas, WEEP is providing web space and administrative assistance to the International EMR Alliance, a coalition aimed at facilitating the work already being done by existing individuals and organizations.
The EMR Alliance is not meant to replace WEEP or any other organization, and WEEP will continue operating as usual, pursuing our goal of informing the Canadian public about the potential environmental effects associated with various forms of electric and electromagnetic emissions by disseminating up-to-date scientific information on the subject of the effects of electromagnetic emissions on human populations and ecosystems and by encouraging a thorough implementation of the precautionary principle with respect to electromagnetic activity.
The International EMR Alliance aims to:
The structure will be lateral rather than vertical but due to differing political systems, collective groups from one country or region may wish to adopt a 'local' name such as: EMR Alliance Canada, EMR Alliance UK and so on.
On behalf of Dr. Havas, WEEP would like to extend an invitation to:
- Those who have scientific expertise; medical/health expertise; policy expertise; legal expertise; media expertise; technical expertise (about radio frequency, electricity, ground current, antennas, power lines, etc.); monitoring expertise; funding expertise; computer expertise, etc.
- Those who want to actively participate in "doing" something useful to raise awareness, to help those who have EHS, to change policy, to educate the medical profession and the legal profession about this issue, to clean up schools, hospitals, homes, workplace, etc; to provide services such as monitoring and remediation.
- Persons who are concerned about the health effects of EMR : teachers, parents, people with EHS as well as those without, etc.
Once all interested parties have signed up and their interests and goals are known, we can organize the information and get the site up.
Those who give permission and want to be involved either actively or passively (just receiving updates) will go on a distribution list.