Feed the World: Help Ban Glyphosate and Protect Our Future Generations! Feed The World has one single aim: To protect women and children from the harmful effects of toxic chemicals in our food and in our environment. Watch the video HERE.
Feed The World’s first project is to ban glyphosate – the world’s most used herbicide.
By the end of 2018 we aim to have created enough pressure on regulators and glyphosate producing corporations to see a full ban on the sales of this harmful chemical in the U.S.
The Feed the World project targeting glyphosate includes:
- INFORM YOURSELF: A unique one-stop resource to help you understand more about the harm being caused by glyphosate-based herbicides worldwide.
- TEST YOURSELF : The first scientifically valid publicly available testing for glyphosate residues in your water and in your body.
- PROTECT YOURSELF: A Bill of Rights to BAN GLYPHOSATE sales across America. This Bill will be presented to the U.S. Senate in October 2015.
- FEED THE WORLD SOLUTIONS: To give Farmers a profitable non-toxic way to Feed The World.
Why ban Glyphosate?
On March 20 2015 the World Health Organization’s cancer agency IARC declared that glyphosate is a probable human carcinogen. IARC reached its decision based on the view of 17 top cancer experts from 11 countries, who met to assess the carcinogenicity of 5 pesticides.
Safety Summary – Read complete article here
Industry and regulators claim that we are only exposed to “safe” levels of glyphosate and Roundup that do not cause toxic effects. Safety levels have been determined by toxicity tests on laboratory animals. A growing body of evidence indicates that these tests are inadequate to determine toxic effects of glyphosate and Roundup residues and that consumption of these residues may be a risk to health.
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