In Vox Pop, a reportage magazine broadcast on ARTE, the program of October 20, 2014 was about electrosmog:
The topic of "Investigation of the Week" was the attempts by telephone operators to block any initiative to further regulate electromagnetic radiation. Although the number of electrosensitive people is increasing all over Europe and more and more organizations are warning about the dangerous waves and the construction of radio masts, the network operators continue to enforce their own rules of the game. They influence scientific studies, threaten city councils and mayors with lawsuits, circumvent the precautionary principle and prevent the establishment of so-called “white zones”… With the imminent inauguration of the fifth generation of cellphone networks, urgent action is required from legislators.
n the "Interview of the week", the Belgian Green Party member and former environment minister for the Brussels region, Evelyne Huytebroeck, talks about the battles she has won against the mobile network operators:
The complete report also included a report on an "international meeting of electrosensitive people" in France: The relatively well-organized EHS in France are planning to establish "white zones" - starting with the area of the former monastic complex of the Carthusian monastery of Durbon near Saint Julien en Beauchêne in the Hautes-Alpes department in the Provence-Alpes-Côte d'Azur region. Other white zones in other regions are to follow.