Electromagnetic fields from Power lines, Wiring & Appliances
Power lines, Wiring & Appliances Links
- Factual links
Some of the websites providing factual information on Power lines, Wiring & Appliances:
- 1.1 Some Q&As and FAQs on power lines
- 1.2 More information for the non-specialist
- 1.3 Some power line news sites
- 1.4 Some policy-related websites
- Other Views
- 2.1 Is the IARC report a consensus one?
- 2.2 Some of the sites suggesting that power lines pose more risks
- 2.4 A site suggesting that power lines pose less risks
See also our page containing sites linking to this Digest
1. Factual links
1.1 Some Q&As and FAQs on power lines
1.2 More information for the non-specialist
1.3 Some power line news sites
1.4 Some policy-related websites
2. Other Views
Links in this section have been selected as examples of other views on Power lines. This list of links is only a sample and it is not suggested that it is complete nor that it is fully representative of all the existing views. GreenFacts asbl takes no position concerning the views expressed in these linked documents.
2.1 Is the IARC report a consensus one?
Most scientists globally agree with the IARC conclusions contained in its 2002
"Summary of Data Reported and Evaluation of
static and Extremely Low- Frequency (ELFs) electric
and magnetic fields"
2.2 Some of the sites suggesting that power lines pose more risks
2.4 A site suggesting that power lines pose less risks
- The American Council on Science and Health
(ACSH) states that "There is no convincing evidence
that low-level electric and magnetic fields (EMF), such as those surrounding power lines,
have any effect on human health (...)":