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Industrial hemp is a crop that was illegal throughout most of the globe for almost sixty years of the last century.  Despite its membership of the cannabis sativa family, it is a benign strain that has a different biological composition and no potential for use or misuse as an illegal drug. The properties that it does have, however, identify it as a means by which some of the greatest catastrophes of our age can be effectively addressed. From Climate Change to World poverty, this wonder crop has the abilities to allow humanity to step back from the brink of disaster and repair much of the damage wreaked by the obsessive desire to control the world’s oil supply.

We propose a solution that could have avoided the painful and unnecessary death of a young girl in Afghanistan, looking at a means by which peaceful relations could be restored to her troubled country, rebuilding its economy and providing a means of reparation that could help bring a sensible and positive outcome to the madness of our times. The War on Drugs has failed and in this failure it continues to have a huge and negative impact on the current “War on Terror”. A change of policy could lead to dramatic changes in these and many other areas of concern in the world today. It is a plant that could provide a stabilizing force, renewing economic growth in such conflict stricken areas and ensuring the salvation of others like the little girl, across the planet

NASA, The UK Home Office (Drugs Licensing), Hilary Benn MP – Secretary of State for Environment Food and Rural Affairs, The United Nations (UN), The Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC), The International Council On Security and Development (ICOS/Senlis), Smithsonian Online, The End of Suburbia, GreenPeace, The Market for Hemp Products, Steve Danks/KWD Products – HempGarden, Marc Deeley – The Environment Agency, Lotus Cars, David Hayman – Spirit Aid, Vote Hemp, Professor Peter Walker – Bath University, The Drug Research Centre – St George’s Hospital London, BMW, Ferrero, Mardigrass, The British Nutrition Foundation,  Ford UK, John Hobson – Hemcore, Dr Tapan Kumar Pradhan, The Devon Drugs Action Team, Robert West – Qinetiq, UN Framework Convention on Climate Change (UNFCC), Giorgio Armani, Rebekah Bloom  – Hemp Global Solutions (HGS), Howard Marks – Mr Nice, Department for Environment Food and Rural Affairs (Defra), Ricky Knight – Green Party MEP Westcountry candidate, Marcus McCabe – Hempire Building Materials, David Bielby – Inventor, Paul Wylie – Hemp Agro AG (Panama), Chris Bovey – Totnes Hemp Co Ltd, Jack Herer – The Emperor Wears No Clothes, ‘Father Vidura’ Das (Uganda)

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Published in: on December 1, 2008 at 6:05 pm  Comments (1)