How EMR poses a threat to wildlife

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How EMR Poses A Threat To Wildlife
A recent analysis by the EU-funded review body EKLIPSE has concluded that electromagnetic radiation is a potential risk to insects, birds and plants. EMR could disrupt the magnetic orientation of birds, insects and spiders and can also alter the metabolism of plants.

As this article in The Telegraph explains, the review concludes that there is “an urgent need to strengthen the scientific basis of the knowledge on EMR and their potential impacts on wildlife.”

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How EMR Poses A Threat To Wildlife

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How EMR Poses A Threat To Wildlife
How EMR Poses A Threat To Wildlife
How EMR Poses A Threat To Wildlife
How EMR Poses A Threat To Wildlife

How EMR Poses A Threat To Wildlife

How EMR Poses A Threat To Wildlife

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