This week we are covering Cannabis news from Poland, Germany and beyond
Under Prohibition, branding and formal marketing campaigns do not exist. There was no ‘halo’ effect from publicising a company through its products. This is set to change and the smart new cannabis producers will understand that their image cannot be faked, but must be built on transparency, fairness and the true quality of the product
Last November, the liberal-led coalition in Luxembourg announced that the government intends to legalise recreational cannabis, the first country in Europe to do so
Prohibition drives unfair, unhealthy behaviour in the market for cannabis. Disputes are handled outside the rule of law, leading to tens of thousands of violent deaths in impoverished areas of the world where there are few legal alternative income sources
Beyond the impact of individuals, what about the organisational cultures of post-prohibition cannabis companies? Too often, they are hierarchical, male-dominated, brutal places to work. Last Autumn, two friends from Catalonia…
Prohibition pushed cultivation indoors, resulting in a mass scale substitution of man-made raw materials for the natural world. The sun has been replaced by…
Following on from becoming the first Asian country to legalise medical cannabis in November. South Korean Authorities announced last Tuesday that the country would be accepting its first shipment of medical cannabis next month.
Yes, cannabis use can be harmful but the only practical solution is regulation. A recent study has shown that the strength of European cannabis has almost doubled… Read more “Cannabis strength is rising in Europe and policy makers are missing the point”