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We highlight the five most important takeaways from the IPCC's recent 1,400+ page report on climate change and land use.
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Legal cannabis cultivation emits as much CO2 as 92,660 cars annually. Growing cannabis sustainably can reduce this massive environmental footprint.
Consumer spending on cannabis is projected to hit $10 billion in 2018. As the industry matures, a trend towards organic cannabis will ensue.
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As the legal cannabis industry emerges and evolves, we will demystify the business of cannabis including the plant itself, market segments, and industry trends.
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