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Let me introduce the modern world of Bamboo

August 7, 2011

Bamboo has received enormous attention within the last decade as an alternative material for construction, interiors, furniture, and other special manufacturing items. As carbon trade has globally become an incentive for planting renewable resources, bamboo has achieved additional value. Bamboo minimizes carbon dioxide gases and generates up to 35% more oxygen than equivalent stand of trees, so the scientific fact related to the green house effect and its consequences to climate change.

Buglas Bamboo, located in Dauin, Negros Oriental, Philippines, is already aware about these facts since 1995. Buglas Bamboo is exemplary by showing the long process of advocating the sustainable idea of bamboo for social, environmental and economic progress for the rural population. The initial idea was to help farmers get additional income by semi-industrial development in a remote area. Farmers should have learnt to use bamboo as a resource; a whole bamboo pole should be used in its entirety.

I found this interesting information’s and I was fallen in love with the bamboo furniture offered by a company from the Philippines. I think it is very much worth to have a look at it. Icould not resist to write this post about it.

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