Barrie Trower, a physicist and former British Secret Service Microwave Weapons Specialist, said he came out of retirement because microwave technology that was used for weapons is now being used in schools. Speaking at the University of Toronto recently, Mr. Trower said he refuses all gifts and all money; consequently… read more →
THE BRITISH COLUMBIA RESOLUTION ON THE PROLIFERATION OF ELECTROMAGNETIC RADIATION. (2013) THE HAZARD: Whereas the population of the Province of British Columbia is not currently protected by effective and authoritative guidelines or regulations governing exposure to involuntary or incidental, non-thermal, electromagnetic radiation in their homes and public places, the British… read more →
Tips for Parents for Creating Scent Free Schools 2008 We find that education is a necessary and primary tool, and is even the best action. Formal “policies” have been hard to get, while programs based on information and education have worked well as long as education has been done and… read more →
(Cover Story, National AEHA UPdate, Spring1998) Recently, a woman purchasing some vitamins at a scent-free health store handed paper money to the clerk, saying, “I spray my money with my perfume. It adds a nice touch, don’t you think?” The clerk, who suffers from chemical hypersensitivity, did not think so. … read more →
The David Suzuki Foundation and the Fragrance Label Issue The David Suzuki Foundation’s Queen of Green blog posting on the importance of listing fragrance chemicals on product labels is now up:http://www.davidsuzuki.org/blogs/queen-of-green/2011/02/a-better-sense-of-scents/ It links to a new resource page on our site for “Going Fragrance Free!”, presented in partnership with the… read more →
Pesticide Facts What are pesticides? Pesticides are poisons designed to kill plants or animals such as weeds (herbicides), insects (insecticides), termites (termiticides), fungus or mold (fungicides), rodents (rodenticides), microbes (disinfectants), and wood preservatives. These types of products are sold as sprays, powders, liquids, sticks, crystals, balls, foggers, bombs, pest strips,… read more →
The following is CASLE’s Presentation to a P3 school operator whose subcontractor sprayed a school ground for weeds in 2001. (P3 schools are owned and maintained by private companies but are rented to the local school board.) They were granted permission to do so through apparently proper procedures allowed within… read more →
Toxic Trespass: a celebrated National Film Board of Canada (NFB) film on taking action to protect children’s health.