Cannabis Grow: Indoor, Outdoor and Sustainability
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Your cannabis consumption has a carbon footprint, and when everybody’s cannabis consumption is added up, that carbon footprint gets mighty big. The resulting greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions, which impact climate change the most, come from consuming indoor cultivated marijuana, which is grown under lights with extensive heating, air conditioning and other electrical equipment. Marijuana that is grown outdoors or in greenhouses or hoop houses don’t require this kind of setup and has a substantially lesser impact on total greenhouse gas emissions.

It would appear that the ethical thing for marijuana consumers to do when it comes to addressing climate change is to consume outdoor, sun-grown marijuana. But that is just a start. Environmentally conscious consumers…



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