Throughout our website, we have referenced various studies and reports.
Here is a list of these resources, some of which are publicly available.

Reports

  • An FAO study on Non-Wood Forest Products World Bamboo Resources 2005
  • KM Wong's Bamboo: The Amazing Grass; A guide to the Diversity and study of Bamboos in SouthEast Asia
  • World Resources Institute's Bamboo: The Secret Weapon in Forest and Landscape Restoration?
  • Bamboo Societies around the World
  • International Network for Bamboo and Rattan (INBAR)
  • Articles & Chapters

  • Bystriakova, N., Kapos, V. & Lysenko, I. (2004). Bamboo Biodiversity: Africa, Madagascar and the Americas. Cambridge: UNEP World conservation Monitoring Centre.
  • Fang, Y., Cote, R.P. & Qin, R. (2007). Industrial sustainability in China: Practice and prospects for eco-industrial development. Journal of Environmental Management. 83(3), pgs. 315-328.
  • Foo, J (2002). Integrated Bio-systems: A Global Perspective. In Integrated Biosystems for Sustainable Development. Edited by K.Warburton, U. Pillai-McGarry & D. Ramage, Kingston, Australia: Rural Industries Research and Development Corporation.
  • Fu, M. & Lou, Y. (2002). Prospects of research on sustainable management techniques of bamboo forests in China. In Bamboo for Sustainable Development. Edited by A. Kumar, I.V. Ramanuja Roa and Ch. Satry. Pgs. 431-442.
  • Lu, J., Zhao, X. & Wang, D. (2005). Chicken Bamboo Farming in Southern China. LEISA Magazine, September, 22-23.
  • Scherch, J. (2006). From Rhizome to Renaissance: Engaging Integral Bamboo Systems for Sustainable Development. International Journal of Environmental, Cultural, Economic and Social Sustainability, 2(4), 37-53.
  • Scherch, J., Ellis, T., Archuletta, E., Green, T. & Rozema, M. (2009). A Proposal for Bamboo Resource Systems for Social, Economic and Environmental Benefits in the Pacific Northwest USA. Buckminster Fuller Challenge. Online: http://challenge.bfi.org/application_summary/414.
  • Scherch, J. (2009). Whither Our Embrace of Bamboo: Observations from Forest, Farm and Factory. International Journal of Environmental, Cultural, Economic and Social Sustainability, 5(4).
  • Walakira, E.J., Ddumba-Nyanzi, I. & Kaawa-Mafigiri, D. (2014). HIV and AIDS and Its Impact on Child Well-Being. In. A. Ben-Arieh et al. (eds.), Handbook of Child Well-Being, Dordrecht: Springer Science+Business Media.
  • Wu, X. & Gu, X. (2002). A Study on the effects of inoculating associated nitrogen-fixing bacteria on moso bamboo seedlings. In Bamboo for Sustainable Development. Edited by A. Kumar, I.V. Ramanuja Roa and Ch. Satry. Pgs. 269-278.
  • Zhu, Z. & Wei, J. (2006). The supply chain of bamboo industry and fully utilization of bamboo materials. Presentation for International Training Workshop on the International Training Workshop on Bamboo Industrial Processing Technologies and Machines, September 6-20, 2006, Zhejiang, P. R. China.
  • Books & Web Directories

  • Farrelly, D. (1984). The Book of Bamboo. Sierra Club Books.
  • Lewis, D. & Miles, C. (2007). Farming Bamboo. Self-published. ISBN: 13978-1-4357-0131-1.