Great (not)… The TTC is erecting more accessibility barriers for people who are disabled with EHS, and it’s a big move backwards for protecting the health of children and pregnant women.
Accessibility wise, this is similar to removing ramps for people who are mobility disabled. It creates barriers to access and also subjects some people to further pain, suffering and disability.
Blanketing the subway system with microwave radiation is NOT a good idea when independent research shows enough harm caused by exposures that wireless is now declared a class 2 carcinogen…
Using the precautionary approach would be the wise thing to do.
See C4ST for more information about wireless technologies and health.
Frank Clegg, the former CEO and President of Microsoft Canada is the CEO of C4ST.
The Big Fix
The BP Deepwater Horizon Oil Spill
The oil industry is not about peace. This film documents one of the greatest cases of Ecocide in our time, and the story behind it. Sadly, it’s not over yet.
Ecocide is the extensive damage to, destruction of or loss of ecosystem(s) of a given territory, whether by human agency or by other causes, to such an extent that peaceful enjoyment by the inhabitants of that territory has been or will be severely diminished.
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Posted in Air Quality, Chemicals, Ecocide, Environmental Health, Toxic Trespass
Tagged Deepwater Horizon Oil Spill, dispersants, documentary, ecocide, environment, health, oil, petrochemicals, Water