Yes, that is horrible. Glad he won, though I suspect most will go to the legal firm. And as a father of three, he must feel horrible for having spread that crap around schoolchildren.
Idea, how about making kids weeding gardens (but also planting them; the fun stuff) a school activity? Not to mention that at least some of the weeds are native foliage - though many "weeds" were taken to the New World from the Old.
Searching anyport, I see that Monsanto and the evils glyphosate have been discussed here since 2009, i.e. since the beginning of the forum. That's nine years of regular people reading mainstream news and knowing about this problem, meaning that many more people have known about the dangers for much longer than that.
It appears that the coronavirus has been excellent for the environment. We've all see that air pollution levels disappeared in China during lockdown, but pollution has also diminished all over Europe due to reduced activity.
And the canals of Venice have become pure and clear with no boats or ships circulating in the area.
Maybe this will clue in the authorities on a few changes they could make.
On the downside, there have also been images of hungry monkeys invading the towns of Thailand, which had the bad habit of having monkey parks for the tourists, who would feed them for selfies. Without the tourists, they have been attacking and eating each other and are very aggressive with humans, whom they would like to eat as well.