A brochure on the Inter-Africa Bamboo Smallholder Farmers Livelihood Development Programme which has the goals of: enhancing incomes and livelihoods of women and youth; strengthening climate change adaptive capacities; and developing climate-smart bamboo value chains.
How can bamboo help restore degraded land? With over 30 million hectares spread across the world, bamboo offers a naturally abundant, strategic tool for poverty alleviation, environmental protection and climate change mitigation. A fact sheet, produced by INBAR and the Global Landscapes Forum.
Une brochure sur la réalisation d’au moins sept des objectifs du développement durable utilisent le bambou et le rotin.
The book tells stories of bamboo industry development in China focusing on 100 people who define China’s booming bamboo industry. From the perspectives of economic development, improvement of people’s living standards, environmental protection, technological innovation and the bamboo culture, the book tells unique, fresh and lively stories about the processing and utilization of bamboo resources, […]
Launched on the final day of the Global Bamboo and Rattan Congress 2018 (held 25-27 June, Beijing, China), the Beijing Declaration recognises bamboo and rattan’s various benefits, and commits “ministers, senior officials and participants” to calling upon national governments and other bodies to implement a number of recommendations.
The Bamboo and Rattan Yellow Pages is a carefully researched list of Chinese bamboo and rattan companies, suppliers and individuals. The Yellow Pages is intended as a go-to resource for anyone wishing to find suppliers of bamboo and rattan, or producers of specific goods. The Bamboo and Rattan Yellow Pages was launched at the Global […]
An introduction to the Sustainable Land Management Programme, led by INBAR and funded by the World Bank, which is taking place in Ethiopia.