- Recommendations on how to prevent more people from developing the condition.
- Recommendations on how to help people that are already suffering.
- That current sufferers should be assisted and steps should be taken to limit exposure to EMFs to prevent the number of sufferers from increasing in the future due to the expansion of devices using these technologies.
- The creation of white zones as an emergency measure for people worst affected.
- That legislation be drawn up according to the ALARA principle, a variant of the precautionary principle. That’s to say the thermal effects and the non-thermal (or biological effects) of EMFs are kept As Low As Reasonably Achievable. This would make it possible to adopt preventative measures and to review safety current limits without having to wait for total scientific consensus.
Consumer Economic and Social Policy
Research and Technological Improvements
- Studies and research in this area could be promoted.
- Research on new types of antenna, mobile phones and devices must be prioritized in order to reduce costs, save energy and protect the environment and human health.
- Research should be encouraged to develop technologies which are as efficient but have fewer negative environmental and health effects. For instance, monitoring and dosimetry systems could be developed for a more accurate understanding of adverse effects.
- A safe distance between high-voltage power lines and other electrical installations and homes.
- Maximum permissible exposure levels and transparent control mechanisms.