National Association for Children and Safe Technology
Documents with critical information from prominent leaders and organizations (non-government).

Noteworthy Documents

Biosustainable Design
Electomagnetic Hypersensitivity & Human Rights | Commentary to the European Economic and Social Committee
by Isaac Jamieson, PhD DIC RIBA ARB DipAAS BSc(HonS) Arch MInstP
This report on EHS presented to the Signatories to the European Convention on Human Rights includes excellent graphs and diagrams.

09 January - 06 /February 2014
Northeast Collaborative for High Performance Schools
Assessment Tool, Version 3.0, Northeast CHPS Criteria for New Construction and Major Renovations
The Northeast CHPS maintains a Low EMF criteria in it's most recent draft.  See page 140.

National Education Association (NEA)
NEA Resolutions (see page 53, c-19)

18 November 2013
Enviornmental Health Trust (EHT). 
Devra Lee Davis PhD MPH1, Alvaro de Salles PhD2, Susan Downs MD3, Gunnar Heuser MD PhD4, Anthony B. Miller MD5, Lloyd Morgan BSEE6, Yael SteinMD7, Elihu D Richter MD MPH8 
Erroneous Comments Submitted to the FCC on Proposed Cellphone Radiation Standards and Testing by CTIA – The Wireless Association, September 3, 2013 

05 November 2013
Dr. Joel Moskowitz Ph.D., Director.  Center for Family & Community Health, The UC Berkeley Prevention Research Center, School of Public Health, University of California Berkeley.
Why the FCC Must Strengthen Radiofrequency Radiation Limits in the United States

March 2012
Dr. Andrew Goldsworthy
The Biological Effects of Weak Electromagnetic Fields | Problems and Solutions

Dr. Vini Khurana 
Mobile Phones and Brain Tumors - A Public Health Concern

August 2004
International Association of Fire Fighters (IAFF) / Division of Occupational Health, Safety and Medicine
Position on the Health Effects from Radio Frequency/Microwave (RF/MW) Radiation in Fire Department Facilities from Base Stations for Antennas and Towers for the Conduction of Cell Phone Transmissions

March 1972
Rand | Santa Monica, California
Robert M. Lebovitz
The Sensitivity of Portions of the Human Central Nervous System to "Safe" Levels of Microwave Radiation