The plant part of the deal
With climate change recently on the front page, we’d like to take the time to rehearse this obvious fact: There’s big business when governments commit to lowering carbon emissions. And that’s even true for material producers like us. Our organic ingredients make us a climate-friendly choice. Hemp (or other plants) in plastic means: 1) There’s lower demand for petroleum-derived polymers; 2) New fields of hemp crops get busy soaking up and storing carbon. Read about carbon sequestration as it relates to hemp in building materials in this 2014 Guardian article.