The risk assessment conference hosted by ICNIRP in Salzburg on the 23rd and 24th of November 2009 was based around the nature of risk assessment, risk communication and the terminology used by various organisations to describe the state of scientific evidence.

If anything, the conference made a very clear argument that electromagnetic field science is not adopting / applying modern tools and techniques for objectively assessing the totality of the evidence It was clear, time and time again, that other areas of science manage to incorporate various quantities and degrees of uncertain science into risk assessments and cost benefit work, something sorely lacking for some time with EMFs. There were a number of risk assessment experts stating that “lack of certainty” over a given cause and effect does not provide justification for inaction.

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