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Highlight Health risks from mobile phone radiation – why the experts disagree
Mobile phones and other digital devices are now a big part of modern life – but are they dangerous? There were an estimated 5.3 billion mobile phone subscriptions worldwide by the end of 2010, so if mobile phone use is linked to head cancers, the implications are immense. We look at the scientific uncertainty in this area, and what this means for policy.
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File Late lessons from early warnings II - Preface
Located in Publications Late lessons from early warnings: science, precaution, innovation Late lessons from early warnings II - Full report and ebooks
Publication Late lessons from early warnings: the precautionary principle 1896-2000
Late lessons from early warnings is about the gathering of information on the hazards of human economic activities and its use in taking action to better protect both the environment and the health of the species and ecosystems that are dependent on it, and then living with the consequences. The report is based on case studies. The authors of the case studies, all experts in their particular field of environmental, occupational and consumer hazards, were asked to identify the dates of early warnings, to analyse how this information was used, or not used, in reducing hazards, and to describe the resulting costs, benefits and lessons for the future.
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File Late lessons from early warnings II - Introduction
Located in Publications Late lessons from early warnings: science, precaution, innovation Late lessons from early warnings II - Full report and ebooks
File Late lessons II Chapter 2 - The precautionary principle and false alarms
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File Late lessons II Chapter 16 - Seed-dressing systemic insecticides and honeybees
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File Late lessons II Chapter 10 - Bisphenol A contested science divergent safety evaluations
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File Late lessons II Chapter 14 - Climate change: science and the precautionary priniple
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File Late lessons II Chapter 23 - Understanding and accounting for the costs of inaction
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File Late lessons II Chapter 26 - Science for precautionary decision-making
Located in Publications Late lessons from early warnings: science, precaution, innovation Single chapters
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