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Aerea58 Art Studio, bring forth new directions for old materials crafted in traditional disciplines.. #heresyourchange
"There is an ecologically friendly solution for every need you have. Just make the solution beautiful and it will be adopted by the masses. "
- Henry Prat
BAMBOO & HEMP
Bamboo and Hemp can grow in over 70% of earth's climate zones. Bamboo and Hemp are low cost crops needing little water or chemicals. The production costs are low, and areas to grow are abundant.
Bamboo and Hemp also have over 25,000 uses EACH. The wide range of products and chemicals derived from the plants allow for scalability of the resources. Resistance to drought, and the ability to grow on polluted lands equals a lower cost to acquire land vs. other crops like corn.
Bamboo and hemp are being used in wind turbines, being developed as super conductors for batteries and solar panels, even as bio plastics, and bone implants.
Bamboo and Industrial Hemp ARE the next cash crop for America Both crops have been touted as Billion Dollar Crops featured in Popular Mechanics.
The United States Congressional Research Services Published two reports on bamboo and hemp. The Congressional Research Service (CRS) works exclusively for the United States Congress, providing policy and legal analysis to committees and Members of both the House and Senate, regardless of party affiliation.
Bamboo: An Overlooked BioMass Resource? Report released in 2000
Hemp as an Agricultural Commodity CRS report released 2015