ACTION / CANADA!
GeoEngineering methods release hazardous emissions into our atmosphere including unnatural electromagnetic radiation pollution and other toxic agents like aluminum and sulfur dioxide, contributing to severe health problems that threaten people, especially children, birds, bees, wildlife and all of nature.
Send Your Legislator This Letter:
Dear MP, [or other official]
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You are my elected legislator. Through my study, I am aware of international weather modification programs and the harmful and destructive impact of cloud seeding, weather modification, and other methods of Geoengineering.
I am OPPOSED to past and current policy that enables cloud seeding weather modification activities, which involve the intentional contamination of our atmosphere. Decades of cloud seeding and other deliberate interference with the Earth’s climate and weather systems has resulted in current climate extremes such as drought, flooding, and increased explosive fire hazard.
Most important for public health and safety, is the protection of the Earth’s environment by the absolute prohibition of atmospheric testing, inclusive of GeoEngineering aerosol releases (hazardous emissions), and harmful electromagnetic microwave radiation (EMR) emissions deployment from ground-based antenna systems, space-based wireless networks, and “smart grid” infrastructure, which are integral to climate and weather control programs, but devastating to the Environment, People, and Nature.
Looking forward to your quick response and strong leadership for the prevention and prohibition of hazardous emissions in Canada as soon as possible.
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(Your additional comments, if any)
ZERO GEOENGINEERING / CANADA
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– Canada-US Weather Modification Treaty
– The Geoengineering Act of 2019
– Sixth Annual Geoengineering Governance Summer School 2019 – Alberta Canada
– Developing a National Strategy for Climate Engineering Research in Canada
– Making Terrestrial Geoengineering Technologies Viable