Massachusetts – Actions:
- Our action will involve outreach relevant local organizations, professionals, and leaders with reasons to stop 5G such as via:
- State Legislators:
- Updated model email to sponsor legislation. Please follow with phone call.
- Social media:
- Letters to the editor such as to the following papers which may hit leaders with influence on current bills (choose one paper):
- your local paper (most likely to publish your letter)
- Contacting Medical Doctors:
- Physicians for Safe Technology 5G Letter
- Invitation to electromagnetic medical conference or independent study
- Contacting Eco-Organizations:
- Open Letter to Environmental Organizations & accompanying letter to modify (please mention Last Tree Laws & our work if in MA)
- State Legislators:
Other Resources for the event:
- First, please mention Last Tree Laws if you can – we’d like to expand our outreach and support for the legislation we’ve prepared. That can only happen with connections, support, and publicity.
- Connect on Facebook as well – either Last Tree Laws or through Stop 5G Massachusetts we will share ideas.
- Recent News to Share:
- Regulators steamroll health concerns (Dr. Moskowitz, Washington Spectator)
- Republished and updated as an article a presentation on reproductive effects
- Fact sheet: Good Reasons to Roll Back Wireless
- MA smart meters in Natural Blaze.
- MA smart meters in Greenfield Recorder.
- The City of Boston has submitted to the FCC a call to “refresh” its outdated exposure guidelines and discusses small wireless facilities (SWFs) as being health concerns.
- More Resources:
10 October Session
Cancelled Q&A due to illness. Cancelled due to CA fires School Surveillance Presentation
Safer Technology Teleconference Series
Ask questions in comments below – no email required.
29 August 2020 ~ 5G Strategies
1 August 2020, Saturday, 3 PM ~ How to Get Safer, Respectful Technology
Teleconference Number – dial 1 (302) 202 – 1104 and enter code 483409.
- Discussion of health and social impacts of technology & solutions. Led by Last Tree Laws co-chair Kirstin Beatty, a former teacher in Springfield public schools. This event is sponsored by the Springfield Cultural Council and therefore Springfield residents have priority seats. This is part of a grant titled “Safer Technology, Healthier Society.”