08-02-21 Environmentally-Safe Technology Part 1
Guest: Cecelia (Cece) Doucette, MTPW, BA, Director, Massachusetts Safe Technology
How safe are cell phones and wireless laptops? And, how prudent is the next generation of wireless technology, known as 5G? The three main benefits of 5G are faster speeds, faster response times between machines and the ability to support a huge number of simultaneous connections. Are the costs and risks of 5G worth the benefits? What can we do to mitigate associated public health and environmental risks of wireless technology?
Special guest Cecelia Doucette is a Technology Safety Educator. She is also the Director of Massachusetts for Safe Technology, a public interest group working to promote the use of biologically safe and fiscally responsible technology in our homes, schools, communities and workplaces. The organization is building coalitions of citizens who act as advocates on a town by town basis to educate their neighbors and to work proactively with local governments, legislators and state agencies for safe, sustainable technology. Massachusetts has led the nation for several years with bills to address the health, environmental and economic impact of today’s wireless technology.
Cecelia (Cece) helped her children’s schools become the first in the nation to take precautionary measures with wireless technology. She is the Education Services Director with the international non-profit Wireless Education, which offers affordable 30-minute on-line technology safety training for Schools & Families and Corporate Safety Induction. Cece was honored to co-chair the technology panel for the Health in Buildings Roundtable Conference at the National Institutes of Health, and to present state and local policy at the international EMF Medical Conference 2021. She has been featured on Genius of Wellness, Boston25 News, PBS, O’Dwyer’s, EMF Warriors and in the films Generation Zapped and Wi-Fi Refugees.
Wireless Education Schools & Families Course half-hour training
Generation Zapped Award-Winning Film
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