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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.
Une brochure sur la réalisation d’au moins sept des objectifs du développement durable utilisent le bambou et le rotin.
Proceedings of the First International Conference on Modern Bamboo Structures (ICBS 2007), October 28-30, 2018, Changsha, China. These proceedings include reflections on state-of-the-art materials, design, analysis, testing, manufacturing and construction of modern bamboo structures. They are published by the Taylor & Francis Group, and are available at this link.
Proceedings of the Third International Conference on Modern Bamboo Structures (ICBS 2018), June 25-27, 2018, Beijing, China. The overarching theme of the book is ‘Enhancing Cooperation for Green Development through Bamboo’s Contribution to the Sustainable Development Goals’. The contributions focus on how to realise bamboo’s huge potential in a number of areas: sustainable commodity production, […]
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.
This report analyses relevant complementary policies in Ethiopia to assess their potential for integration with bamboo development, and lays out opportunities and challenges for the sector. [July – This report has been temporarily removed pending ongoing revisions.]
This study critically analyses policies and programmes of Ghana’s forestry, environment, agriculture, energy, trade and employment sectors, to establish their links or potential links with the bamboo sector.
This report was commissioned, developed and written by the Ministry of Water and Environment of Uganda. It was produced by INBAR as part of its series on national bamboo plans and policies.