Pittsburgh to Cadiz Part 2
Following on from the incredible Pittsburgh to Cadiz – What’s The Difference?, award winning author and hemp publisher Mitchell Phillips McCrady returns with Pittsburgh to Cadiz Part Two, a scintillating story from the road, that grabs you from the opening line and doesn’t let go until the end.
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Switching to hemp as a paper source can have a huge positive impact on our planet. The paper industry uses more water than any other industry and is the fifth largest consumer of energy, accounting for an estimated 4 percent of all the world’s energy use.
One acre of hemp equals 4.1 acres of trees. 30 percent of trees are cellulose, 70 percent of which must be removed with chemicals. Hemp is 85 percent cellulose.
Hemp paper does not yellow, crack, or deteriorate like pulpwood paper does. In fact, it requires no bleaching.