The time to reframe “business as usual” is now. Cannabis, as a commodity and sector to the economy, can be the vehicle for this change.
The foray into cannabis by the world’s largest pharmaceutical corporations, known as Big Pharma, will not come without risk.
Cannabis will make waves in sectors such as fashion and apparel. Now is the time to learn from the exploitation of those very industries, and prevent modern slavery from entering cannabis supply-chains, before it is too late.
At the birth of the global cannabis sector, we must address the risks of labour exploitation in supply chains before the realities of industries like cocoa are repeated.
Transparency, sustainability and social impact. Global leaders in cannabis and hemp discuss how the sector can set a new precedent for responsible production of consumer packaged goods.
Presented to Bonavero Institute of Human Rights at Oxford University’s Faculty of Law.
The CEG’s social good expert Jessica Steinberg leads a discussion on the underlying risks of cannabis as a newly regulated sector and its increasing likelihood of human exploitation.
The UL TG 4400-2 helps guide emerging cannabis businesses through safe extraction protocols.
Covering CO2, Ethanol, and Hydrocarbons, the document covers risk mitigations for fire and building safety, storage, the use of solvents, and post-processing refinement.
CANNABIS EDUCATION GUILD
Helping to create healthy cannabis discourse.