According to Hemp activists, the crop’s carbon-gobbling skills will play a critical role in President Joe Biden’s plans of handling the climate crisis issue.
On Wednesday, Biden set up the White House Office of Domestic Climate Policy and signed multiple executive mandates focused on solving the climate crisis.
After approving an order to re-join the Paris Climate Agreement during, Biden disclosed that other executive efforts were on the way to underscore that the climate crisis is an important aspect of America’s national security and foreign policy.
The new United state’s president‘s climate plans also entail:
- A new countrywide intelligence forecast of the security impacts of the climate catastrophe
- Instructions to all state agencies to incorporate climate approaches into their operations
- A climate meeting for leaders during Earth Day focused on boosting climate ambition and contributing positively to the twenty-sixth United Nations Climate Change Conference
- The Treasury Secretary shall ensure that America is active and present in relevant global institutions and fora aimed at management of climate-based financial risks.
- The State Secretary shall prepare, within 2 months of the order’ date, a transmittal proposal seeking council from the senate and approval to ratify the Kigali Amendment.
A new Civilian Climate Corps Initiative, making voters work on restoring public waters and lands, boosting reforestation and protecting biodiversity as well as confiscating carbon via regenerative agriculture.
Hemp activists want the sector to be included in creating and executing climate change measures, pointing out the plant’s phytoremediation and carbon requisition properties that help in tackling pollution.
Lisa Pittman, Texas marijuana attorney, said that the aspect of harnessing hemp’s power in carbon sequestration from the atmosphere and toxin remediation in the soil may become a functional reality rather than a theoretical probability.