Organisation Internationale pour le Bambou et le Rotin

Organisation Internationale pour le Bambou et le Rotin

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Publications en vedette

Publications de l'INBAR - Annual Highlights

Revue annuelle de l’INBAR 2020

Cette revue annuelle résume les activités, les programmes et les publications de l’INBAR pendant l’année 2020. Cette publication est également disponible en anglais, espagnol et chinois

Publications de l'INBAR - General Information

Pourquoi le bambou est-il important pour lutter contre le changement climatique? – Fiche descriptive

Le bambou couvre environ 30 millions d’hectares dans les zones tropicale et subtropicale à travers le monde[i]. Il s’agit d’une ressource extrêmement stratégique – mais encore largement inexploitée – pour lutter contre les effets négatifs du changement climatique. [i] Organisation pour l’alimentation et l’agriculture (FAO). Évaluation des ressources forestières mondiales 2010. FAO : Rome, Italie.

Publications de l'INBAR

Publications de l'INBAR - Rapports sur le commerce

International Trade of Bamboo and Rattan in China in 2016

China has the world’s largest market for international bamboo and rattan products. This report analyses China’s trade in bamboo and rattan products for 2016, based on analysis of UN COMTRADE statistics.

Publications de l'INBAR - Rapports sur le commerce

2015 全球竹藤商品国际贸易报告

Report of the international trade in bamboo and rattan products for 2015, based on analysis of UN COMTRADE statistics.

Publications de l'INBAR - Rapports sur le commerce

Trade Overview 2015: Bamboo and Rattan Products in the International Market

Report of the international trade in bamboo and rattan products for 2015, based on analysis of UN COMTRADE statistics.

Publications de l'INBAR - Rapports techniques

Remote Sensing-Based Regional Bamboo Resource Assessment: Ethiopia, Kenya and Uganda

This assessment aims to address a number of important knowledge gaps about bamboo quantity and location in three INBAR Member states: Ethiopia, Kenya, and Uganda. The report details how remote sensing technology was used to assess bamboo stocks in these three countries. A better understanding of bamboo resources is a prerequisite to using this plant […]

Research Methodologies for Field Monitoring, Analysis and Evaluation of Resource Conservation Aspects of Bamboo

        This manual is produced under the International Bamboo and Rattan Organisation (INBAR) project “South-South Knowledge Transfer Strategies for Pro-Poor Livelihood Development and Environmental Management in Africa”, funded by the International Fund for Agricultural Development (IFAD) and the European Commission (EC). It is aimed at providing the needed technical knowledge, measurement methodologies and skill set for […]

Publications de l'INBAR - Modèles de transfert de technologie

Construction Manual for Bamboo

The translated third edition of this construction manual, first published in 2005, provides a basic, hands-on guide to using bamboo for construction: from choosing and treating the raw material, to putting together durable and safe structures. It draws heavily on experiences from the Andean region of Latin America, where bamboo is a historical construction material. […]

Bamboo and Rattan for Sustainable Development

        This brochure introduces how Bamboo and rattan, which grow across the Global South, can contribute to the achievement of at least seven of the Sustainable Development Goals.

Socio-economic and Market Study of Rattan and its Contribution to Livelihoods in Nepal

        Rattan is an important but often neglected non-timber forest product in Nepal. Until now there has been no comprehensive or systematic attempt to develop the sub-sector and  building sustainable value chains.        Given the great potential of rattan to contirbute to livelihood improvement in Nepal, INBAR commissioned the study, with the potential to identify the scope for […]

Publications de l'INBAR - Documents de travail

El manejo de guaduales naturales

La experiancia del Proyecto Maneja Integral de Guadua en el Norte de Manglaralto.