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Growing cannabis indoors produces a lot of greenhouse gases – just how much depends on where it's grown

By Jason Quinn, Associate Professor in Mechanical Engineering and Director of the Sustainability Research Laboratory, Colorado State University
Hailey Summers, Ph.D. Student in Mechanical Engineering and Sustainability, Colorado State University
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Growing weed indoors is not an environmentally friendly process. Climate controls create a lot of greenhouse gas emissions, and where the pot is produced has a huge influence on emission levels.

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