Glyphosate’s impacts on the environment have been scientifically illustrated.
Firstly, it was linked to chronic toxicity in aquatic species by the Risk Assessment Committee of the European Chemicals Agency (ECHA). Glyphosate is indeed classified as being toxic to aquatic life with long-lasting effects, some aquatic species, such as amphibians can be more sensitive to glyphosate and glyphosate products.
Secondly, the European Food Safety Authority (EFSA) identified risks to wild non-target terrestrial vertebrates following exposure to glyphosate-product (representative formulation).
Thirdly, independent science exposed that glyphosate and GBH products negatively affect the behaviours, growth, development, metabolic processes, and immune defenze of different bee species. A 2021 meta-analytical review, stated that most bee species, including wild and solitary bee species, suffer significantly from negative effects when exposed to glyphosate.