It's raining glyphosate in Canada: forestry companies are using planes to spray Monsanto's toxic pesticide on remote Indigenous forests.
Animals are dying and food and medicine plants are being wiped out. It’s a huge crisis for these communities but, so far, the Canadian government, who can force the forestry companies to stop this rain of death, is turning a blind eye to the destruction.
But with your help, that’s about to change.
A brave group of Indigenous elders has been working tirelessly in the fight of their lives -- and they are on the brink of filing legal action against the Canadian government to protect their land from this toxic pesticide rain.
But without your help, the lawsuit won’t even get into courts.
Can you chip in to stop toxic glyphosate from raining down on Indigenous land?