Bamboo cultivation can yield 30-120 million m³/year, reducing 5 billion tones of CO2 by
2050—more than the Netherlands and Belgium emissions combined. Building a family home
with bamboo instead of concrete and steel avoids 840 tons of CO2 emissions, equivalent to
driving a car for 600 years. We are working to reduce 1,800,000 tonnes of CO2e in the coming
African Bamboo is on a pathway to mobilize carbon finance and complete financing round for commercialization. To enhance the implementation of the projects, we are deploying digital systems for collecting project execution data and ensure seamless operational control and
precision for carbon projects. This includes plot location and ownership.
We are working closely with communities to facilitate forest regeneration. We conduct agroforestry practices using native species to enhance existing forest landscapes and have ongoing education and outreach programs to engage stakeholders, especially on regulations.
Ultimately, the carbon project will also enhance biodiversity conservation protocols to enable the
sale of carbon credits.