Dead fish floating downstream. Frogs and birds fall silent. This could be the future of our rivers and streams if we don’t stop chloran.
Chloran is an extremely poisonous pesticide. It seeps into soil and makes its way to our rivers, killing vital insects and animals.
We’re sounding the alarm across the world -- in just weeks, we’ve got a chance to get a ban in Quebec, Canada -- but only if we take action right now.
The Pesticide Commission is preparing a report now and politicians are deciding where they stand.
If you chip in today, you’ll put our people-powered message right in the center of Quebec’s daily newspaper with a full-page advertisement. Lawmakers will be confronted with the severe dangers of chloran and the strength of public opinion. It could finally sway them to ban this poison.
Will you chip in to protect our rivers from toxic chloran?