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Cannabis law reform could help solve housing and unemployment problems facing Namibia

Updated: May 8, 2022

Angela Prusa founder of the Cannabis and Hemp Association of Namibia (CHAN) says Hemp can be used to solve the housing and unemployment challenge Namibia is battling with. Cannabis is a renewable resource making it a great alternative to fossil fuels. It is a carbon-negative industry which is a big motivator in the times of climate change as we strive to create renewable and sustainable resources that are beneficial to our environment. Reforming cannabis laws will enable any person to manufacture products such as bricks, clothes, paper and plastic on a large scale. Hemp cultivation is an environmentally friendly and carbon negative industry. Hemp is a variant of the cannabis plant that has no psychoactive properties meaning it cannot make you feel intoxicated or "high".

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