Stop selling “probably carcinogenic” glyphosate products

Stop selling “probably carcinogenic” glyphosate products

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Malta just became the first EU member state to ban glyphosate, and rumors are swirling that France may join them. Finally, we’ve got Monsanto right where we want them.  

For too long, Monsanto has denied the science that led the World Health Organization to classify glyphosate as “probably carcinogenic to humans” in 2015. But governments are taking matters into their own hands and refusing to subject citizens to dangerous pesticides like glyphosate.

Our people power is showing that one way or another, Europe will be free from Monsanto’s dangerous products. It’s up to Monsanto to decide whether to face the facts and science sooner rather than later and pull Roundup and other harmful glyphosate products from the shelves.

Tell Monsanto there’s no avoiding the science: glyphosate is dangerous and must be removed from its products.

Following millions of signatures from members like you, EU member states have repeatedly rejected a proposal to extend glyphosate’s licence for use. And even the European Commission’s temporary renewal comes with restrictions on glyphosate’s use in areas like parks and playgrounds. Clearly, governments are coming to a new consensus that the world’s most widely-used pesticide is dangerous.

Meanwhile, we’re teaming up with advocates, lawyers, and judges to put Monsanto on trial in an international tribunal in The Hague this October. A ruling - even symbolic - against Monsanto by a bench of real judges will help set a precedent for making ecocide a crime under international law.

All this is putting unprecedented pressure on Monsanto to address the reality: people are fed up of being subjected to dangerous glyphosate in their fields, gardens, and streets. With incredible opposition to glyphosate from governments, scientists, and concerned citizens across the world, the time is now to come together and demand Monsanto pull its glyphosate products.

Tell Monsanto it’s time to stop selling Roundup and other glyphosate products.

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