(USA) SAN FRANSISCO NEIGHBOURHOOD ANTENNA-FREE UNION (SNAFU)
2,500 ANTENNEA AND COUNTING...
The San Francisco Neighborhood Antenna-Free Union (SNAFU) is a grass-roots, city-wide coalition of individual residents and neighborhood organizations that works to prevent the placement of wireless antennas on or near residences, schools, health care centers, day care centers, senior centers, playgrounds, places of worship, and other inappropriate locations in the City and County of San Francisco.
SNAFU's work follows from the mounting evidence concerning the health and environmental effects of radiofrequency (RF) radiation used by cellular phones, cellular antennas and other wireless transmitters, as well as a commitment to responsive local government and community-based, democratic control over land use, zoning, and health & environmental issues.
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ANALYSIS OF HEALTH AND ENVIRONMENTAL EFFECTS OF PROPOSED SAN FRANCISCO EARTHLINK WI-FI NETWORK
By Magda Havas B.Sc., Ph.D.
Date: May 31, 2007
To: Board of Supervisors, City and County of San Francisco
Regarding: Case No. 2007.0097E
San Francisco Citywide Wireless Broadband Internet Access Network
With the advent of this proposal, San Francisco is considering converting the city into a wireless zone. Whatever decision is made should be based on the best available scientific evidence. Wi-Fi simply has not been around long enough to know how these particular frequencies and intensities are likely to affect people who are exposed to them on a daily basis for years at a time. San Francisco is on the forefront of a large population study with some unwilling participants.