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Get Wired 2015 – Dr Elizabeth Evans – Safe Wireless

This video is from the Get Wired 2015 conference and features Dr Elizabeth Evans – Safe Wireless & The Precautionary Principle.

The GetWired 2015 conference was sponsored by Beneficial Environments and was a response to concerns about the proliferation of wifi and mobile phone technologies.

The conference objective was to find and promote solutions to the problems arising both in terms of how to protect and shield vulnerable groups such as children and the aged but also how to encourage new safer products to be made available.   In contrast to many conferences focusing on the health effects, we have looked at solutions to the problem of widespread electrosensitivity and increasing electromagnetic pollution.

Get Wired 2015 – Dr Elizabeth Evans – Safe Wireless & The Precautionary Principle

 

Dr Elizabeth Evans trained as a emedical doctor at Cambridge University and Imperial College, London.  She now practices as a NAET Nambudripad’s Allergy Elimination Technique) Practitioner, treating patients with many conditions including EHS.

Dr Evans is the Medical Adviser to SSITA (Safe Schools Information Technology Alliance), who work to raise awareness of the health issues from WiFi and other wireless technologies in schools, nurseries and colleges.  Through SSITA she is in daily contact with scientists and campaigners who are active in this field, as well as parents of children who have been adversely affected by WiFi in their schools.

She is also a member of PHIRE (Physicians’ Health Initiative for Radiation and Environment).  Dr Evans has lectured many times on this subject, including at the Get Wired conference in 2013.

In 2012 Dr Evans co-founded Stop Smart Meters (UK) and appeared before the Energy and Climate Change Select Committee overseeing the UK smart meter roll-out in April 2013, on behalf of Stop Smart Meters (UK), to give evidence on the health risks from wireless radiation.

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