”Electromagnetic fields (EMF), health and Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) – What the telecom industry should do now”, lecture by Einar Flydal. (Also available with Norwegian subtitles.)
The lecture is a follow-up on prof. Martin Pall’s lecture «Electrosmog – The new Health and Environmental Toxin?», available on YouTube. The lecture was part of the seminar «Microwave radiation – a corporate social responsibility challenge for the ICT and smart grid industries?», arranged by the som ble arrangert av BI The Norwegian Business School, Centre for Corporate Social Responsibility, October 20, 2014.
Since 2011, Flydal is retired after more than 30 years in research, development and corporate strategy within telecom and ICT. He has also worked as a professor at the Norwegian University of Science and Technology, and contributed to the development of ISO 26000, guidance standard as to social responsibility of organisations.
The BI Centre for Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) promotes sustainable development. It engages in research, teaching and active cooperation with other academic institutions, the business community, governmental bodiies and NGOs.