EMF (Electromagnetic Field) Effects and the Precautionary Principle – Nils E. Stolpe/FishNet USA

The following is taken from an OSPAR Commission (https://www.ospar.org/) report from 2008. It clearly shows that at the time when interest in offshore wind turbines was really starting to grow there was very little knowledge of, nor had much significant research been done on, the effects of electromagnetic fields on marine or estuarine species, and what little had been done was on mature organisms, with little or no attention given to immature stages. Background Document on potential problems associated with power cables other than those for oil and gas activities: Conclusions in regard to electromagnetic fields Our current knowledge about effects of electromagnetic fields on the marine environment, in particular fauna, is not sufficient. Only a few preliminary conclusions can be reached. click here to read the article 17:07

  • Joel Hovanesian

    Should we be surprised by the don’t care attitude of these so called conservationists? The same people who seek to take over the seas through ocean industrialization also heavily fund these environmental organizations.
    I would be much more surprised if these CON-servation groups actually decided to look into these troubling aspects of EMF’s. But you don’t bite the hand that feeds you.