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Carbon Negative Hemp Walls are 7x Stronger than Concrete

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Buildings account for thirty-eight percent of the CO2 emissions in the U.S., according to the U.S. Green Building Council, and demand for carbon neutral and/or zero footprint buildings is at an all-time high. Now there is a new building material that is not just carbon neutral, but is actually carbon negative: Hempcrete. (But, alas, it's illegal to grow the raw materials in the U.S.)

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