At a time when plastic is damaging not only our environment but also our health, it seems more vital than ever to explore hemp’s role in the future of sustainable materials.

Did you know that around eighteen billion pounds of plastic waste enters the world’s ocean from coastal regions each year?

A recent article published this year by National Geographic explored the damage plastic waste is doing to our planet and highlights some of the positive changes that places around the world are making to combat the issue.

While we have seen an enormous emphasis placed on living more eco-friendly, there is still a vast amount of work that needs to be done to combat the issue of plastic pollution. 

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