The Great Net Zero Debate—Ian Jarvis: Electromagnetism and Nature

On 7 July 2023, the Mayor of Glastonbury debated her council's Net Zero carbon dioxide emissions policy with several speakers and an attentive audience at Glastonbury Town Hall. The event was chaired by Sandi Adams.


Ian Jarvis

Ian Jarvis is a prominent campaigner on the issue of 5G. He has had 30 years’ experience of IT work and 25 of Body Therapy. From 2011 onwards, he has volunteered for several months each year in a clinic in Bhopal, India, with the survivors and children of the 1984 chemical leak disaster. His first book, 3 Months in Bhopal, is available on Amazon.

Since retiring in 2000, one of his focuses has been the rise and rise of RFR (radio frequency radiation) and associated ‘devices’, both industrial and domestic. He got his first mobile internet in 2004 when living on a canal boat; it was like a memory stick and gave 250 kb data per month, compared to what is now unlimited. With his Body Therapy hat on, knowing this was not good for humanity—or for plants and animals—he started giving presentations some years ago, to a “deaf” audience.

Noticing the acceleration of 5G during lockdown, without significant consultation or testing, he has upped his game to resist the growth of land-based communications structures. Ian Jarvis says: “I will not risk existence for a faster video download!” 


Our thanks to Sandi Adams, Eli Everyman and Matthew Williams for their hosting and technical efforts on the night.