Smart Grid Sensibility? Audio Interview with B. Blake Levitt and Duncan Campbell, Esq. by ElectromagneticHealth.org Founder, Camilla Rees
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Do ‘Smart Grids’ make sense? What are short term concerns and long term health and economic considerations? Should the nation instead be pursuing a utility system that empowers people instead of further centralizing control, putting costs burdens onto the taxpayer, jeopardizing our privacy and adding layer upon layer of radiation with serious known, and unknown, consequences? Join us for this fascinating discussion with two experts, both brilliant environmental thinkers, who question the sanity of present energy policies and hold a vision of more economical and socially responsible alternatives.
B. Blake Levitt is an award-winning science journalist who has researched the biological effects of nonionizing radiation since the late 1970’s. She is author of Electromagnetic Fields, A Consumer’s Guide To The Issues And How To Protect Ourselves (1995; 2007) for which she won an Award of Excellence from the American Medical Writers Association. She is also the editor of Cell Towers, Wireless Convenience? or Environmental Hazard? Proceedings of the “Cell Towers Forum” State of the Science/State of the Law (2001). Ms. Levitt authored a chapter in Electromagnetic Environments and Health in Buildings (2004), entitled “Moving Beyond EMF Public Policy Paralysis”, and also formerly wrote for the New York Times. Ms. Levitt is a member of the Bioelectromagnetics Society. Her work has been translated into Russian and Chinese, and is referenced in numerous government publications. She has helped congressional offices write legislation for research appropriations and specializes in antenna and tower siting issues for municipalities. She has participated in U.S. Congressional briefings and was an invited speaker at the Royal College of Physicians in London on the environmental effects of ambient nonionizing radiation.
Duncan Campbell, Esq. is the host of Living Dialogues® programs. He holds degrees from the Sorbonne, Yale College and Harvard Law School. In the last 40 years he has gained extensive experience in the fields of psychology, philosophy, spirituality, law, business, finance, politics, communications and teaching. Part of Duncan’s unique background is his pioneering experience and ability to successfully bring the lessons of evolutionary consciousness into the practical world of business and environmental green energy concerns. Previously he was a leading entrepreneurial lawyer, pioneering computer and high tech law in the Rocky Mountain Region and serving for a period as the Chairman of the Colorado Governor’s High Tech Committee. Duncan has been described as a true visionary with a commanding knowledge of the most important issues of the day.
Aired on KGNU Boulder/Denver 6/28/10.