FAAAT think & do tank publishes its 'Cannabis & Sustainable Development' report
The reformist trends in Cannabis policy globally is an ongoing movement unlikely to be stopped. A defcit of democratic monitoring of the generalization of legal Cannabis markets could represent a threat for affected populations and public health. Ethics are needed. A renewed interest and takeover of the topic Cannabis by all categories of the population are urgent.
A one-size-fts-all policy seems neither desirable nor possible, both for geographical imperatives and for the diversity of uses and products of the plant. This makes consensual policy models (exportable and generalizable) difcult to emerge.
Rather than trying to solve the equation of the perfect Cannabis policy and its infnite variables, a more feasible approach would be to step aside, list all the different public policies that affect, or are involved with Cannabis, and address them individually. The 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development and its 17 Goals is but a perfect tool for this purpose.
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