REFLEX Project on the effects of electromagnetic pollution.
The REFLEX Study or Project is a study on high frequency electromagnetic pollution in cell phone and Wi-Fi technology frequency ranges financed by the EU. The results and conclusions of this study were published in 2004.
Scientific Report on the effects of electromagnetic fields on the human endocrine system and associated pathologies
This Report was prepared and issued by Professor Darío Acuña Castroviejo, Chair of Physiology at Granada University, Secretary of the Biotechnological Institute of the same University and co-editor of the Journal of Pineal Research, the most important international scientific journal on the subject of melatonin, based on his knowledge and experience as a researcher in the field of Endocrinology and melatonin in particular.
Decision of the European Parliament of 4 September 2008
On the intermediate review of the European Environment & Health Action Plan 2004-2010, in which Points 21 to 23 records that the recommendations of the European Council of 1999 are obsolete and the latest research should be considered for the purpose of reducing the limits of exposure to electromagnetic fields.
Approving the Regulation that establishes conditions of protection for the radioelectric public domain, restrictions on radioelectric emissions and measures to protect health against radioelectric emissions.
Decision 1815 (2011). Parliamentary Assembly on the potential hazards of electromagnetic fields. Application of the Precautionary Principle.
The Parliamentary Assembly has repeatedly stressed the importance of the commitment of the States to preserving the environment and health, as indicated in many charters, agreements, declarations and protocols of the UN Conference on the Human Environment and the Declaration of Stockholm (Stockholm, 1972).