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INBAR Publications - Bamboo and Rattan Update

‘Asia and the Pacific’: Reflections on 25 Years – Volume 3 Issue 2

From the rattan furniture markets of Indonesia to the soaring bamboo scaffolding of southern China, bamboo and rattan are embedded in countries and cultures across Asia and the Pacific. These non-timber forest plants play a critical role in economies and ecosystems alike. This special issue of INBAR’s magazine, Bamboo and Rattan Update, examines bamboo and […]

Trade Overview 2019: Bamboo and Rattan Commodities in the International Market

The report of international trade in bamboo and rattan products for 2019, based on an analysis of UN Comtrade data. This report was produced by INBAR in its role as the International Commodity Body for bamboo and rattan.

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INBAR Publications - General Information

Bamboo and Climate Change: Fact Sheet

This fact sheet provides a brief introduction to the ways in which bamboo can help combat climate change. Part of INBAR's series of fact sheets.

INBAR Publications - General Information

El bambú como fuente de Bioenergía – Hoja informativa

Hoja informativa en español sobre el bambú como fuente de bioenergía. El bambú cubre más de 30 millones de hectáreas en el cinturón tropical y subtropical, y puede proporcionar una  de bioenergía para algunas de las comunidades rurales más pobres en energía del mundo.

INBAR Publications - General Information

El bambú y el cambio climático – Hoja informativa

El bambú cubre un estimado de 30 millones de hectáreas a lo largo de las zonas tropicales y subtropicales. Es un recurso extremadamente estratégico, pero hasta ahora poco aprovechado, para que los países combatan los efectos negativos del cambio climático.

INBAR Publications - 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.

INBAR Publications - General Information

Pourquoi le bambou est-il important pour l’initiative « La Ceinture et La Route? » Fiche descriptive

Le bambou et le rotin poussent en abondance dans les pays situés le long de « la Route de la soie maritime du 21e siècle » et de « la ceinture économique de la Route de la soie ». Le bambou et le rotin sont parfaitement compatibles avec les objectifs généraux de l’initiative « Une ceinture, […]

INBAR Publications - General Information

El bambú y la Iniciativa de la La Franja y la Ruta – hoja informativa

El bambú y el ratán están distribuidos de manera amplia y abundante en los países a lo largo de la Ruta de la Seda Marítima del Siglo XXI y el Cinturón Económico de la Ruta de la Seda. El bambú y el ratán son altamente compatibles con los objetivos generales de la Iniciativa de La […]

INBAR Publications - Technical Reports

Insect Pests of Bamboos in Asia (Part 1)

The following illustrated manual describes insect pests of bamboo in Asia, recommends methods for integrated pest management and outlines entomological research on bamboo in Asia.

INBAR Publications - Technical Reports

Insect Pests of Bamboos in Asia (Part 2)

The following illustrated manual describes insect pests of bamboo in Asia, recommends methods for integrated pest management and outlines entomological research on bamboo in Asia.

INBAR Publications - Technical Reports

Insect Pests of Bamboos in Asia (Part 3)

The following illustrated manual describes insect pests of bamboo in Asia, recommends methods for integrated pest management and outlines entomological research on bamboo in Asia.

INBAR Publications - Technical Reports

Diseases of Bamboo in Asia (Part 2)

Bamboos are considered very hardy plants, although they do, from time to time, suffer devastation from diseases. Bamboos are now increasingly being grown in plantations, and this necessitates increased vigilance against disease attacks, and preparedness for effective and rapid control if the attack occurs. Recognizing this, high priority on gathering available information on diseases of […]