The European Green Deal - How can we achieve a green recovery with hemp?

The European Green Deal - How can we achieve a green recovery with hemp?

Our industry association EIHA just made a video that explains, how we can use hemp to reach zero emission in Europe by 2050.

The European Industrial Hemp Association (EIHA) represents the common interests of hemp farmers, producers and traders working with hemp fibres, shives, seeds, leaves and cannabinoids.

EIHA’s mission is to develop a single and safe common market of high-quality hemp products, inspired by the principle of social, environmental and economic sustainability. EIHA believes in a sustainable economic model that reconciles agriculture, industry and environment. For this reason, the association promotes the development on the EU territory of local, yet globally connected value chains, capable of delivering the multiple ecosystem services that hemp has to offer.

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Robin Roy Krigslund-Hansen

Robin Roy Krigslund-Hansen

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Robin Roy Krigslund-Hansen is known for his extensive knowledge and expertise in the fields of CBD and hemp production. With a career spanning over a decade in the cannabis industry, he has dedicated his life to understanding the intricacies of these plants and their potential benefits to human health and the environment. Over the years, Robin has worked tirelessly to promote the full legalization of hemp in Europe. His fascination with the plant's versatility and potential for sustainable production led him to pursue a career in the field.

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