Technology’s Impacts on Nature October 2021 Newsletter from Katie Singer
By Katie Singer
Originally published by Wall Street International Magazine
Katie Singer’s reports about technology’s impacts on nature are available at https://www.ourweb.tech/letters/
“Who decides whether or not 5G is safe to deploy? A protocol for ensuring safer infrastructure,” Katie Singer’s newest piece, recently published at Wall Street International Magazine, is now available at www.OurWeb.tech/letter-30.
“Headwind”21,” Marijn Poels’ documentary about a London banker who lent hundreds of millions of dollars to companies building solar PV arrays and industrial wind facilities–then moved to a remote Swedish forest. Once he realized that his home was surrounded by industrial wind facilities, he researched their effects on nature and climate–and realized that they do not help the climate crisis. They destroy nature. The film’s first half is very worthwhile.
Why does Canada need more dams? to power data centers and bitcoin! https://watershedsentinel.ca/articles/the-power-pull-of-5g/
If you’ve not yet seen The Big Semiconductor Water Problem from Asianometry–it’s still well worth 12 minutes
The Big Semiconductor Water Problem
The final segment of “Effects of Non-Ionizing Electromagnetic Fields on Flora and Fauna,” Blake Levitt, Henry Lai and Albert Manville’s comprehensive examination of the effects of non-ionizing radiation on flora and fauna, was published 9.27.21 in Reviews on Environmental Health.
According to Microwave News, the authors plan to publish a book on the topic for lay readers.
Katie Singer and Miguel Coma are turning their reports about technology’s impacts on nature into a book. They welcome support!