Too bad there’s still no mention of INDUSTRIAL HEMP in climate change articles.
Buildings made with HEMPCRETE, (HEMP hurds, lime, and water) need no heating or air conditioning and sequester tons of carbon. They’re waterproof, fireproof, and antimicrobial. https://www.google.com/search?q=hempcrete+houses&tbm=isch&tbo=u&source=univ&sa=X&ved=0ahUKEwjzgtj4tvPVAhXr6YMKHQgyDfsQsAQINQ&biw=817&bih=435
Growing the biomass for the thousands of superior products we’ll make will help heal the atmosphere as well.
INDUSTRIAL HEMP can be made into superior food, clothing, shelter, fuel, plastics, varnishes, and so much more. Demand this miracle weed be freed!
Switching to INDUSTRIAL HEMP in the cotton field alone would be a huge benefit, as cotton uses nearly half the world’s pesticides. HEMP fiber is far superior to cotton, so it’s a win, win, win situation.
Switching from trees to industrial hemp would dramatically reduce the deforestation of the planet.
INDUSTRIAL HEMP can be grown virtually anywhere, so growing and manufacturing it will create billions of jobs all over the world. The regenerative wealth would be spread into many peoples’ hands. The present, oligarchs-take-all system we’ve got going on isn’t working for us or for the Earth.