Tell the EPA: Ban Roundup



We have to ban glyphosate to protect biodiversity and keep communities safe. The EPA needs to act on its study that glyphosate could harm 93 percent of endangered species by banning the weedkiller.

Glyphosate kills the milkweed that monarchs need to survive. Research also shows that glyphosate exposure makes bees more prone to deadly infection, which may be contributing to the global decline in bee populations.

Additionally, glyphosate exposure may be dangerous for human health. The WHO's International Agency for Research on Cancer determined that glyphosate is "probably carcinogenic" for humans.

To protect pollinators, endangered species and our communities, I urge the EPA to ban glyphosate.