NEWS & RESOURCES
EcoPlanet Bamboo's operations have been featured in a number of external publications and peer reviewed journals. Download select publications below or contact us for additional resources.
RECENT PRESS RELEASES
January 2022: FSC Showcase of the Kowie Bamboo Farm, South Africa
October 2021: Nestle to Plant 3.5 Million Native Bamboo Clumps & Trees in the Philippines with One Tree Planted & EcoPlanet Bamboo
March 2021: EcoPlanet Bamboo Partners with Land Life Company for Landscape Restoration in Ghana
August 2020: AWF & Partners Support Forest Landscape Restoration in Rwanda with Native Bamboo Cultivated in Kenya
October 2020: Listen to a recent podcast with EcoPlanet Bamboo on the role bamboo can play in the move towards a more sustainable planet
EcoPlanet Bamboo has dedicated over a decade to industrializing bamboo and developing a global framework for what "sustainability" means for bamboo plantations and manufacturing facilities. This decade has been marked by a number of key milestones and international recognition.
Click on the below links to learn more about four select milestones:
EcoPlanet Bamboo CEO Troy Wiseman Receives Award for Corporate Excellence from U.S. Department of State for EcoPlanet Bamboo's Commitment to Sustainable Development
World Bank's Multilateral Investment Guarantee Agency Insures Nicaragua & South Africa Bamboo Plantations with Combined Policies of $57.4M
EcoPlanet's Kowie Bamboo Farm Becomes First African Bamboo Resource to Achieve Forest Stewardship Council Certification
EcoPlanet Bamboo Becomes First Entity Globally to Develop an Accredited System for the Monitoring, Reporting & Verification of Bamboo's Climate Change Benefits
READ OUR BLOG
The bamboo industry has been characterized by a lack of rigorous information, and with much of the available literature being based on the Chinese experience, which often has little applicability to potential bamboo developments across other parts of the globe.
Our blog works to dispel some of these common myths and misinformation, providing experience and learning from which the bamboo industry can benefit