India Today, 11.7.2016 – Bamboo can be used to help ‘green’ highways across India.
INBAR speaks to Ashebir Wondimu Zeleke, who served as INBAR’s focal person in the Ethiopian government for four years, about his experiences. As an intergovernmental organisation, INBAR exists in large part to support its network of 46 Member States (as of June 2020) to sustainably develop and manage their bamboo and rattan resources and promote […]
Uganda-based company Divine Bamboo has a clear vision: “an Africa with zero deforestation and increased access to renewable energy.” Established in 2016, Divine Bamboo uses local bamboo to create charcoal briquettes, as a renewable alternative to traditional cooking fuels. The company has already made a name for itself in the biomass energy sector, as one […]
23 April 2020 – In August 2019, a group of experts from China, supported by INBAR and sponsored by the Chinese Ministry of Commerce, visited Ecuador to carry out research and make recommendations for the country’s bamboo sector. They identified four key points for improvement in the sector. During their tour, the delegation investigated three […]