Twenty years ago, a baby girl was born in a small Argentinian community. Three days later, she passed away. The cause of her death: poisoning by pesticides. The community is surrounded by soy fields drenched in Monsanto’s glyphosate.
The baby’s mother, Sofía, decided to fight for justice and take on one of the biggest companies in the world: Monsanto, sparking a decades-long battle to ban glyphosate.
She knew her baby would not be the first or last to fall victim to Monsanto’s pesticides. A study later revealed 80% of children in the community had agrochemicals present in their bodies.
Sofía rallied other local mothers with similar tragedies, and now they have a historic opportunity to take their case to court -- but they need your help, Keith. To build their case, they need a multidisciplinary team of scientists, lawyers and technicians. And they don’t have much time, the court date is set for March.
Will you chip in to help Sofia ban glyphosate once and for all?