For decades, crops in the U.S. have been sprayed with chlorpyrifos, a dangerous pesticide that can damage the developing brains of children, causing reduced IQ, loss of working memory, and attention deficit disorders.
Chlorpyrifos was banned from residential use 17 years ago. So, why is it still used on our food? Join our fight to ban this pesticide.
- Explainer: What you should know about chlorpyrifos
- On the court fight: Groups Appeal EPA’s Refusal to Ban Major Pesticide Linked to Brain Damage in Children
- From our partners: Reactions To The EPA’s Refusal To Ban Chlorpyrifos