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'Green' or 'White' zones are areas free of man-made electromagnetic radiation.
Websites for Radiation-free housing, schools, motels etc:
In 2011 the Council of Europe advised each member state to provide 'White' zones for ES people.
In January 2014 the French Assembly voted to ask the government to provide a report on "the opportunity to create areas of limited electromagnetic radiation, notably in the urban environment" and difficulties in the workplace.
In October 2013 plans were made for a 'White' zone in France.
A new building (2014) near Zurich is designed for people who are hyper-sensitive to chemicals and electromagnetic radiation and fields.
Green Bank in West Virginia, the radio telescope location, provides an unofficial white zone.
Website with list of White Zones:
Building for protection:
Electrosensitivity comes under the United Nations' Convention on the Rights of Persons with Disabilities, of 2007, as a functional impairment.
The European Parliament resolution of 2nd April 2009 called on member states to recognise ES as a disability.
Snowflake, Arizona, USA: