Innovation, Transition & Environment at Scale.

Our Vision

By rethinking, promoting and redesigning an available but underappreciated resource, we want to transform agriculture, develop ecological construction alternatives, generate renewable energy solutions and fuel a green economy.

Our Approach

Plantation & propagation
Bamboo Processing
Renewable Energies

3 Year Goals

Plantation & Propagation

Bamboo Processing

Design & Build


1.000 hectares bamboo planted
2.000 tons of bamboo harvested.

Production of 1.200 ton green bamboo products and 800 ton renewable bamboo.

1.000 tons of bamboo used in ecological construction.


Promoting and developing innovative ways to construct with bamboo.

Environmental Impact

Innovative alternatives supporting more ecological construction.

(construction sector is responsible for +-40% of all carbon emissions)

What to do with Bamboo

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Why Bamboo

Bamboo is the fastest growing plant on land. It sequesters more Co2 then the average tree and generates 30% more oxygen. Bamboo requires little maintenance and no pesticides and reaches maturity after 5 years. Because it is a grass, only part of the plant is harvested and a permanent canopy remains, in which animals can find refuge and/or other crops shade and shelter. Its extensive root system and nutritious foliage, gives bamboo the ability to control erosion, regulate water levels, improve soil quality and generate a microclimate. Due to the fast growth and regular harvesting – without the need for replanting – bamboo can create a large number of durable products and provide a sustainable year-long source of income.

Fastest growing plant

(on land)

Quick carbon capture

(5x more then trees in first 10 years)

Fibers 3x stronger then steel
Controls erosion
Regulates water levels
Improves soil quality
Permanent canopy

(providing refuge for animals)

Good fuel characteristics
30% more oxygen

Bamboo is a fast-growing, renewable and versatile resource. […] It is well accepted that bamboo development could contribute directly to at least seven of the UN Sustainable Development Goals, including poverty alleviation, affordable and clean energy, affordable and resilient housing, sustainable consumption, climate change mitigation, and terrestrial ecosystem protection.

Dr. Hans Friederich, Director General
International Bamboo and Rattan Association (INBAR)

Join Us

We are looking for dynamic alliances to scale our efforts and deliver greater impact, to achieve our vision of an innovative, transformative and sustainable bamboo future.

Ways to engage

By directly contributing to existing or new initiatives.

As a strategic partner, to support with technical expertise and resources for new and existing activities on the ground.

As a bamboo enthusiast, to fuel us with that special bamboo energy!