One way to counter the effect of global warming is to plant more trees to get rid of Carbon Dioxide. Utilizing hemp building materials like hemp plaster can greatly help reverse global warming.
How it’s Made:
Hemp plaster is a mixture of water, dried, cleaned and shredded hemp straws and hydraulic lime.(1)
To reduce use of plaster power, transforming blended hemp stem into plaster power is used for interior construction. Hemp plaster gives new look on texture and exceptionally good characters for walls with no side effects.(2)
Hemp products are not consumer friendly because it is expensive. Farming cost, market and legalization are factors that brought about its cost.(3)
Hemp used for industrial purposes started thousands of years ago and is a viable building material since before the days of the Roman Empire. Buildings, bridges, walls and more are examples where hemp is used for its construction. Some of these constructions exist today and are more than 1,500 years old.(4)
Looking to the Future:
Hemp, one of the oldest plants cultivated by humanity through research, testing and experimentation will become a sustainable and efficient building material of the future.(5)