Organización Internacional del Bambú y el Ratán

Organización Internacional del Bambú y el Ratán

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Trinh Thang Long

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Publicaciones de INBAR - Working Papers

Servicios Ecosistémicos y Análisis Costo-Beneficio de Bambú en el Perú

Se realizaron dos estudios en las regiones de selva norte y central del Perú para mejorar la comprensión sobre los servicios ecosistémicos que brindan los diferentes usos de la tierra en la región.

Publicaciones de INBAR - Working Papers

Integration of Bamboo Forestry into Carbon Markets

This policy brief provides an introduction to how bamboo forestry projects can be integrated into carbon markets. By explaining how to develop and register bamboo forestry projects for certification in carbon markets, this policy brief aims to support project developers and government actors to gain additional incomes from these projects and integrate bamboo more into national […]

Publicaciones de INBAR - Working Papers

Ecosystem Services and Cost-Benefit Analysis of Natural Forests and Mixed Bamboo Systems in Peru

Two studies on ecosystem services were conducted in the northern and central jungle regions of Peru to better understand the ecosystem services that are provided by different land uses in the region. Through surveys conducted with the participation of local and regional actors, three types of land use (bamboo forest/plantation, natural forest and farm) were […]

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Assessment of Bamboo Forest Ecosystem Services in Thanh Hoa Province, Viet Nam

Thanh Hoa is a province in the north-central region of Viet Nam. The bamboo forest area covers 180,786 ha, accounting for 16.3% of the total natural land area. There have been few attempts to assess the type and extent of ecosystem services (ES) provided by the bamboo forests in Thanh Hoa province. This study attempts […]

Publicaciones de INBAR - Working Papers

Assessment of Ecosystem Services from Bamboo-dominated Natural Forests in the Coffee Region, Colombia

This Working Paper looks to understand the importance of ecosystem services from bamboo-dominated forests in Colombia’s coffee region, and how they might be affected by different land uses and management.