Hemp: a revolutionary feedstock for biofuels
Hemp is an environmentally friendly biodegradable alternative to both petrofuels and petroplastic and it will become more popular only when industrial mandates begin to favour environmental concerns for real. 
An increased green consciousness between the general public followed by a bigger demand for natural products may be fundamental in triggering this process.
Here at Nature Going Smart we strive to make people move towards a more nature-consciuos world through information.
Today we explain why Cannabis has the potential to be a real solution for a sustainable worldwide biofuel production. All the rest is politics.
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Hemp: a revolutionary feedstock
For more information and for the full list of references, check out our article: Cannabis biofuel: is it a feasible solution?
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 Clarke, R. C., Merlin, M. D. (2014). Cannabis evolution and ethnobotany. Berkeley, California: University of California Press, pag. 198
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