Statement: INBAR response to National Geographic.
INBAR Statement Response to National Geographic
A new report about INBAR’s main outputs from last year is now online. For more than 20 years, INBAR has worked to improve the well-being of producers and users of bamboo and rattan, within the context of a sustainable bamboo and rattan resource base, through coordinating and supporting strategic research and development. Last year was […]
Bamboo provides a very effective, but often overlooked, tool for restoring land and preventing desertification. Forests are more than just trees. Bamboo is an important part of tropical and subtropical forests around the world, growing as part of mixed forests, or by itself in pure bamboo forests covering millions of hectares of land. According to […]
The way we learn and share experiences is changing. Beginning in 2020, INBAR’s new webinar series aims to inform, educate and inspire people about two of the world’s most valuable non-timber forest products. In 2020, more than any year, we have the opportunity, and responsibility, to reflect on our relationship with the natural world, and […]