Organisation Internationale pour le Bambou et le Rotin

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Publications de l'INBAR - Plans et politiques nationaux

Ghana Bamboo and Rattan Development Strategic Plan, 2020-2024

This report was commissioned, developed and written by the Forestry Commission of Ghana. It has been published by INBAR as part of its series on national bamboo plans and policies.

Publications de l'INBAR - Informations générales

L’Organisation internationale pour le bambou et le rotin

Une brochure sur l’Organisation internationale pour le bambou et le rotin en français.

Publications de l'INBAR - Revue annuelle

INBAR Annual Highlights 2018

The 2018 Annual Report outlines INBAR’s activities including programmes and publications.

Publications de l'INBAR - Revue annuelle

Resumen anual de INBAR 2018

El resumen anual 2018 describe las actividades, programas y publicaciones de INBAR.

Publications de l'INBAR - Rapports techniques

A Manual for Bamboo Forest Biomass and Carbon Assessment

While there are many international guidelines for forest carbon assessment, very little information exists on measuring the carbon sequestration potential of bamboo. Fast growing, with a high rate of carbon storage and a wide spread across the tropics and subtropics, understanding the dynamics of carbon cycle in the bamboo forest ecosystem is critically important for […]

Publications de l'INBAR - Rapports politiques

Bamboo and Sustainable Development: A Briefing Note for the CCICED

Why is bamboo so important for sustainable development, and what can other countries learn from China’s management of the bamboo sector? This short briefing note introduces bamboo’s potential for environmental protection, and the development of the sector in China to date. It was prepared by INBAR for the China Council for the 2019 Annual General Meeting […]

Publications de l'INBAR - Rapports politiques



Publications de l'INBAR - Documents de travail

Properties of East African Bamboo

East Africa has abundant bamboo resources. Understanding the physical and mechanical properties of these bamboos is crucial for developing appropriate value chains. Under the Dutch-Sino-East Africa Bamboo Development Programme, bamboo resource assessments were undertaken in Ethiopia, Kenya and Uganda, using remote sensing technology and market and value-chain studies.