Tell Home Depot to remove these pesticides from its shelves

As one of the largest home improvement retailers in the United States, Home Depot can reduce the amount of toxic pesticides being put into the environment.

Pesticides are toxic and dangerous.

From dicamba to neonics to glyphosate, many of these pesticides are toxic and dangerous, both to our environment and to human health.

That’s why we need to stop using so many pesticides — and retailers like Home Depot can help. Sign onto our petition calling on Home Depot to take toxic pesticides off its store shelves.

Wildlife and human health are both at risk.

Neonicotinoids are a leading cause of mass bee die-offs. They act as a neurotoxin, attacking bees’ brain and nervous system. Exposure to neonicotinoids in pollen and nectar can paralyze or even kill bees.

Another toxic pesticide, glyphosate is a threat to public health. Glyphosate has been labeled by the World Health Organization as a probable human carcinogen.

Take action to tell Home Depot to get toxic pesticides off its shelves.

Home Depot can make a difference on this issue.

As one of the largest home improvement retailers in the United States, it can reduce the amount of toxic pesticides being put into the environment. Home Depot can also set a positive example for others in the industry to follow.

Add your name to tell Home Depot to stop selling toxic pesticides.

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