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The large-scale shift to telework brought on by the COVID-19 pandemic is prompting businesses around the world to explore new avenues to engage with clients and friends. Harris Bricken is no exception, and we are proud to announce our new podcast series: Global Law and Business, hosted by international attorneys Fred Rocafort and Jonathan Bench.
In Episode #22, we are joined by Glenn Davies, CEO of CannAcubed, a cannabis technology company based in Singapore. We discuss:
- Why cannabis is an attractive crop for countries in Asia, even where legalization for domestic consumption may not be on the horizon for many years.
- How the UN’s sustainability goals dovetail with cannabis growth, including Life on Land, Responsible Production, Poverty Alleviation, and Climate Action.
- Which countries in Asia are rising stars in the cannabis space.
- Why Asian cannabis is more sustainable than the North American cannabis model.
- The launch of the Asia Industrial Hemp Association and what it is doing for governments and companies in Asia.
- Reading, listening, and watching recommendations from:
- Biofuels in Asia – An Analysis of Sustainability Options (USAID)
- Sustainable Development: Building a Case for Hemp by Pauline Sullivan, Catherine Chan-Halbrendt, and Tun Lin (Journal of Textile and Apparel, Technology and Management)
- Fred – This Land podcast by Rebecca Nagel
- Jonathan – Hong Kong Security Law Sparks Race for Asia’s Next Financial Capital (Nikkei Asian Review)
If you have comments on this episode or if you’d like to suggest topics for future episodes, please email firstname.lastname@example.org.
And please follow Fred and Jonathan on social media to stay informed on upcoming guests and topics:
- Fred Rocafort (Twitter: @RocafortFred) (LinkedIn)
- Jonathan Bench (Twitter: @jonathan_bench) (LinkedIn)
- Global Law and Business Twitter: @globallawbiz
We’ll see you next week for another discussion on the global business environment as we sit down with Nathan Sheranian to discuss global human resources.