Monsanto might as well own Argentina.
The country uses more toxic pesticides per-person than anywhere else in the world, and there’s almost no government oversight or regulation.
As a result, Argentinians are literally drinking glyphosate. It's in their water. And in the 25 years glyphosate's been in the country, cancer has tripled and birth defects have quadrupled.
Locals have one glimmer of hope. Courts have been able to force towns to clean up their water supply — when it’s been proven in court that it’s tainted with pesticide.
A small, independent lab wants to run as many of these tests as possible across the country — but they can’t afford to continue without funding to update equipment, pay staff, and run tests.
Can you chip in to free Argentina from Monsanto's clutches?