Warning that 5G electromagnetic radiation could greatly harm insect and bird orientation

An analysis of 97 studies by the EU-funded review body EKLIPSE concluded that radiation is a potential risk to insect and bird orientation and plant health.

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Electromagnetic radiation from power lines and phone masts poses ‘credible’ threat to wildlife, report finds  https://www.telegraph.co.uk/science/2018/05/17/electromagnetic-radiation-power-lines-phone-masts-poses-credible/ Electromagnetic radiation from power lines, wi-fi, phone masts and broadcast transmitters poses a ‘credible’ threat to wildlife, a new report suggests, as environmentalists warned the 5G roll out could cause greater harm.

An analysis of 97 studies by the EU-funded review body EKLIPSE concluded that radiation is a potential risk to insect and bird orientation and plant health.

However the charity Buglife warned that despite good evidence of the harms there was little research ongoing to assess the impact, or apply pollution limits.

The charity said ‘serious impacts on the environment could not be ruled out’ and called for 5G transmitters to be placed away from street lights, which attract insects, or areas where they could harm wildlife.Matt Shardlow, CEO of Buglife said: “We apply limits to all…

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2 thoughts on “Warning that 5G electromagnetic radiation could greatly harm insect and bird orientation

  1. 75% of the insects gone. This will probably effect these crucial living-thing’s navigation systems. Perhaps a tipping point.

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