Hemp for Victory

Hemp for Victory

Author: Richard M. Davis

Publisher: Lulu.com

ISBN: 9780979376511

Category: Biomass energy

Page: 232

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"In a report by the world's top environmental scientists, the only thing listed that mankind can do to have an impact on changing weather patterns is to reduce the excess CO2 levels from the air. Hemp for Victory: A Global Warming Solution is a key for reducing the effects of global warming using hemp. Why hemp? In this book you'll learn: hemp is a biomass champion, breathing in more carbon dioxide (the most abundant greenhouse gas) than any other plant. This carbon dioxide is turned into wood and fiber by photosynthesis. Hemp wood takes the pressure off our forests by making paper and building materials like pressboard. Hemp is the best plant at consuming the greenhouse gas CO2, a step the world leading scientists say is critical to at least slowing down the dramatic effects of global warming. Remove the cause, CO2 pollution, and the effect, global warming, can be reduced, if not healed. Hemp can do all the jobs fossil fuels do now. When used as a biofuel, hemp replaces toxic energy (i.e. fossil fuels, nuclear power) with clean sustainable energy. Hemp biofuel can be processed to run any engine, heat or cool any building, run any factory, and eliminate the greenhouse gases and pollution that come from modern energy sources. The Museum has thousands of hemp exhibits both on line and in the private wing, many included in this book. The Museum's founder and curator, Richard M. Davis, wrote this dynamic piece of literature that gives chapter and verse of how to best re-hemp the planet. This book is based on the museum's extensive research on hemp and the environment. The museum is also developing a Hemp for Victory plan to successfully use hemp to help solve the survival problem of global warming by coordinating famers with growing and market information. A 20% recreational hemp tax plan is in development to finance the program and help deal with the current impact of global warming, i.e. Hurricane Katrina."--Back cover.