Hemp holds the key to a sustainable future | Amy Ansel | TEDxSeattle



The Hemp plant — marijuana’s sober cousin — is poised to revolutionize industry by taking the place of more toxic materials and putting us on a path to a …

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  1. I’m going to be touring the country in The Veteran’s Green Bus on hemp Biofuels. We are based out of Michigan where we are setting up a US freedom Biofuels processor to produce our fuel for the tours. Our mission is to demonstrate sustainable fuel solutions in disasters for heavy equipment, generators and volunteer transportation. We are going need more fuel than we can produce ourselves so we are building a list of locations to to plan our tours logistics. Any help would be greatly appreciated.

  2. The Canadian Hemp Trade Alliance has been working with our members since 2003 to further the industrial hemp industry in Canada. We're looking forward to helping the industry ramp up and gain economies of scale to compete with the existing suppliers of un-sustainable products.

  3. Thanks for reminding us of something we figure out and use for thousands of years. At least until big oil bribed congress to make hemp cannabis illegal and enact prohibition to keep ethanol (lawn clippings) from fueling cars. They made a lot of $ from knowingly making & keeping it illegal. Just think of the lives lost the extorted revenue from fines and property seizures. Hemp was a threat to big oil and the government was bribed to make it illegal.

  4. I do recall Biden saying he would "transition the US off of fossil fuels" & I've heard him say he does what he says. It was made before the election in debate with Trump. Please encourage his follow thru, for posterity, as for your own posteriors.

  5. Hemp can be modified into making graphene. Engineering is working on a new high performance battery for electric cars. This battery is made of Lithium, Graphene and Sulphur. A cheap, high performance battery that is low cost and uses components from America. Today Batteries are the worlds fastest growth industry. Add this to our list.

  6. "Wardenclyffe Tower, also known as the Tesla Tower, was an early experimental wireless transmission station designed and built by Nikola Tesla on Long Island in 1901–1902" In 1903 The oligarchs publicly electrocuted Topsy a circus elephant, to scare the public about Tesla's efforts, to provide the world with free energy! "He strongly opposed, centralised coal-fired power stations, that spewed carbon dioxide into the air that humans breathed." – (circa 1875 – January 4, 1903) was a female Asian elephant who was electrocuted at Coney Island, New York, in January 1903. … "Their end-of-the-year plans to hang Topsy at the park in a public spectacle and charge admission were prevented by the American Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals."

  7. "After twelve years of research, in 1941 Henry Ford presented a groundbreaking invention: his hemp fuelled and cellulose-plastic prototype car. The panels composed of 70% cellulose fibres proved to have the impact strength 10 times stronger than steel and the car was to run on hemp-ethanol." The big oil companies put a stop to his idea.

  8. Everyone knows you can't smoke hemp it's getting old every time someone talks about hemp they open with a joke about how you can't smoke it be original people otherwise amazing talk

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