Using bamboo

Constructing from bamboo
Using bamboo fibre
Using bamboo-based building materials
Bamboo ([Bambusa] spp.) is a grass. It is the second most widely used non-wood fiber on the planet (six percent of global plant fibre production), whose bio-attributes just about equal those of pine. Bamboo is easy to cultivate and is well known to farmers. It is used for both building construction and paper making. Not all bamboos are equal. Some have a low fiber content and low yield rate, but there are both warm temperate and tropical species that can become paper yielders.
Type Classification:
G: Very Specific strategies
Related UN Sustainable Development Goals:
GOAL 9: Industry, Innovation and Infrastructure