Idriss Aberkane's point of view on industrial Hemp (cannabis) is the ecological footprint
Nature (fauna and flora) is the only one to produce waste that it knows how to fully recycle and which is necessary for it. industrial hemp (which has very little THC, the psychotropic of cannabis) is, according to some sources, one of the plants that can effectively decontaminate the soil of radionuclides, a mechanism called phytoremediation or phytorehabilitation. plant also with many therapeutic benefits.
Hempcrete regulates the temperature and humidity of a building; in some cases, it completely eliminates the need for cooling and systems, resulting in huge energy savings.
Hempcrete is carbon negative and the obvious choice for buildings aiming to achieve a low carbon footprint and hempcrete at the highest level of the sustainable building code.
...industrial hemp is the largest biomass producer of all agricultural crops.
... its growth rate surpasses that of trees: hemp produces per hectare in four months the equivalent of what trees produce in seven years
... Hemp is an ideal solution to help reduce carbon dioxide problems because it captures a lot of CO2. According to recent analyses, one hectare of hemp would absorb more CO2 than one hectare of forest. One hectare of CO2 would absorb 22 tonnes of CO2