What means the name “Cœurs d’EHS”?
In French, there is a play on words: « E » is the initial of « Êtres » (=Beings), « H » is the initial of « Humains » (=Human), « S » is the initial of « Sensibles » (=Sensitive) or « Solidaires » (=Solidary) and « Cœurs » means « Hearts » in English. So, « Cœurs d’EHS » means « Hearts of sensitive and supportive human beings »!
We are an association of human beings sensitive to electromagnetic fields and of supportive human beings, aware of the impact of EMF on health.
Why a yellow heart? Because yellow is the color of the canaries that raise the alarm, which is what electrosensitive people are.
Why a hummingbird on our logo? Because, like the hummingbird in the legend, we are ALL doing our part to have this environmental pathology recognized and to reach out to the most vulnerable electro-sensitive people.
Like the hummingbird in the legend, we have decided to work together to :
– inform about the health risks of electromagnetic pollution,
– make electro-hypersensitivity known and recognized,
– bring help and support to electrosensitive people in difficulty.
So far, our international actions have focused on promoting World EHS Day, created by our association on June 16, 2018. A Facebook group has been created to communicate about this event:
Cœurs d’EHS is a French association,
legally created on May 21, 2018.