Advise member states to provide low/no radiation zones in municipalities. Declare all nature reserves and parks low/no radiation zones.
Parliamentary Assembly Resolution 1815 in point 8.1.4. states: "pay particular attention to “electrosensitive” people who suffer from a syndrome of intolerance to electromagnetic fields and introduce special measures to protect them, including the creation of wave-free areas not covered by the wireless network;".
This proposal aims at creating zones in which there is no or only a low level of RF EMF in order to protect the health of particularly sensitive groups of people (e.g. electrosensitive or electro hypersensitive people, sick people, senior citizens, children) as well as flora and fauna.
Sleeping areas should be identified as areas with the lowest exposure to RF EMF radiation in order to achieve regeneration of the body from day time exposure. Also public base station exposure must be reduced between 10pm – 7am.
Ensure public transport offers Wi-Fi and radiation free options such as Wi-Fi and mobile communications free compartments or vehicles.
The legal basis of proposal 8 is the Habitats Directive 92/43 EEC and falls under “spatial planning”.
(Updated in October 2022: Some Member states provide a map of RF transmitters. Such maps can be a good aid for municipalities to provide low/no radiation zones and for citizens to orientate themselves. We provide a list of such maps in the Member states)
- Czech republic: Official site for 2G / 4G https://qos.ctu.cz/intro
unofficial but better map of BTS created by activists: https://gsmweb.cz/mapa/
- Denmark: www.mastedatabasen.dk
- Germany: https://www.breitband-monitor.de/mobilfunkmonitoring/karte
better visual graphics: https://www.5g-anbieter.info/verfuegbarkeit/5g-verfuegbarkeit-testen.html
- The Netherlands: https://antenneregister.nl/Html5Viewer/Index.html?viewer=Antenneregister%5Fextern
- Poland: https://si2pem.gov.pl/
- Slovakia: no official map
unofficial map created by activists: https://www.elektrosmogazdravie.sk/mapa-vysielacov/
- Finland: no official map
Other interesting maps: