Traces of Monsanto’s toxic weed-killer are showing up everywhere from diapers to breakfast cereals.
While leaders in France and Belgium have taken steps to ban glyphosate, the U.S. refuses to take steps to ban the use of the “probable carcinogen," according to the World Health Organization.
We need to stop the use of glyphosate—before it’s too late. That’s why we’re calling on Lowe’s and Home Depot, two of the biggest home improvement retail chains, to stop selling Roundup and other products containing glyphosate.
Call on Lowe’s and Home Depot to protect customers and stop selling products containing toxic glyphosate.
We’re only starting to see the consequences of the widespread use of glyphosate. A San Francisco jury just found Monsanto liable for causing Dewayne Johnson’s cancer—a former groundskeeper exposed to Monsanto’s Roundup on the job.
He’s not alone: there are 11,000 similar cancer lawsuits.
We can’t sit by as the government does nothing to stop mass exposure to Monsanto’s toxic glyphosate. That’s why we’re taking matters into our own hands and demanding retailers like Lowe’s and Home Depot pull glyphosate products from their shelves.
Together, we’ve made this strategy work before: after nearly 750,000 SumOfUs members asked huge North American retailers to stop selling bee-harming neonics, both Lowe's and Home Depot listened. Now, we need to join together again to call on Lowe’s and Home Depot to stop exposing customers to cancer-causing glyphosate products.
Lowe’s and Home Depot: stop selling Roundup and other cancer-linked glyphosate products!