Climate-smart cannabis: How the growing sector can go truly green

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As more countries and states legalise cannabis, strides must be made to reduce the sector's significant environmental impacts, writes AlphaRoot's Barry Galvin

The legalisation of cannabis in various countries and states around the world has given rise to unprecedented opportunities and industrial growth. In the US alone, the market is expected to grow rapidly...

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