Organic Farming Promotes Prosperity Over Pesticides

One of the world's most widely used glyphosate-based herbicides, Roundup, can trigger loss of biodiversity, making ecosystems more vulnerable to pollution and climate change, say researchers from McGill University.

Biodiversity is vital in ensuring the sustainability of food production. Organic farming practices actively encourage biodiversity and support healthy, resilient ecosystem development.

Learn more: Widely used weed killer harming biodiversity

"We observed significant loss of biodiversity in communities contaminated with glyphosate. This could have a profound impact on the proper functioning of ecosystems"

Bees in Crisis

Pesticide research continues to prove a link to the rapid decline of the bee population.