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INBAR Publications - Bamboo and Rattan Update

BARC in Beijing: Reflections on 25 Years: Bamboo and Rattan Update – Volume 3 Issue 4

2022 was a banner year for bamboo and rattan. On 7 November 2022, the 25th anniversary of INBAR and the Second Global Bamboo and Rattan Congress (BARC 2022) convened in Beijing, elevating bamboo and rattan to the global stage. This special issue of BRU commemorates the event, highlighting major moments from the Congress while summarizing […]

INBAR Publications - General Information

INBAR 25th Anniversary Album

The INBAR 25th Anniversary Album was written to commemorate INBAR turning 25. Inside, you will find an introduction and history of the organization, along with how INBAR’s work contributes to the United Nations’ Sustainable Development Goals. The Album also covers highlights from 10 major areas over the years. Colorful pictures can be found accompanying the […]

INBAR Publications - General Information

Bamboo as a Substitute for Plastic Initiative

The Bamboo as a Substitute for Plastic Initiative, initially proposed by China and INBAR at the High-level Dialogue on Global Development in June 2022, is now building serious momentum. In November 2022, at the Opening Ceremony of the Second Bamboo and Rattan Congress (BARC 2022) as well as INBAR’s 25th anniversary celebration, INBAR and the Government […]

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2018年度报告

国际竹藤组织2018年度报告

INBAR Publications - General Information

Raisons de penser au bambou – Fiche descriptive

Avec plus de 30 millions d’hectares répartis dans le monde (FAO 2010), le bambou offre un outil stratégique, naturellement abondante pour la réduction de la pauvreté, la protection de l’environnement et l’atténuation du changement climatique.

INBAR Publications - Working Papers

The Potential of Bamboo for Climate Change Mitigation in Ethiopia

This study presents the potential of bamboo for climate change mitigation in Ethiopia. It was carried out by the International Bamboo and Rattan Organization (INBAR) as part of the CGIAR Research Program on Forests, Trees and Agroforestry (FTA), and in partnership with the Forest Resources Assessment and Monitoring Directorate of the Environment, Forest and Climate […]