The G20 Bamboo Forest: Part of the Future SMEs Village.
THE STORY OF THE SPEDAGI UNITED GORO NUSANTARA G20 BIKE
A bike made especially for the G20 and embodying the best of Indonesia in all forms, from sustainable materials, to community empowerment, and cross-sectoral and provincial collaboration. A true example of Gotong Royong, from Indonesia to the world.
Our sustainable future lies in landscape restoration
Nearly 24 million hectares of Indonesia’s forests have been degraded. Meanwhile, about 35% of villages are located in forest fringe areas, where communities are dependent upon natural resources. We have a plan to change that.
We believe in education and inclusive economic growth to be the main catalysts in climate change mitigation. Through decades of work in bamboo and agroforestry systems, we are now on our way to a global Restoration Economy program, designed to reforest degraded lands and turn them into sustainable resources for our community and our planet.
million bamboo seedlings created
million bamboo seedlings planted on 2856 hectares
pieces of local government legislation regarding Bamboo Villages
The 27th UN Climate Change Conference of the Parties (#COP27) UNFCCC was convened in Sharm el-Sheikh, Egypt from 6 – 18 November 2022.
The COP27 summit brought together parties together to accelerate action towards the goals of the Paris Agreement and the UN Framework Convention on Climate Change.
The Indonesian Ministry of Environment and Forestry invited the Environmental Bamboo Foundation to curate a panel at the Indonesian Pavilion: the *C8. Bamboo Partnerships for Green Economy on Tuesday, 8th November 2022
AREAS OF ENGAGEMENT
Help us build 1,000 Bamboo Villages!
You can’t change the weather, but you can help farmers and local communities adapt to the associated risks. Bamboo forests are a proven key climate change mitigation strategy. The Bamboo Villages program isn’t just about environmental sustainability, it’s about creating pathways out of poverty for the most vulnerable people. Join our mission today.
In Ngada Regency, central Flores, thousands of people live in villages close to forest areas that are home to dense thickets of old bamboo. These towering green poles were not planted by the villagers, however, but by their ancestors. Before their involvement in...
Welcome to another of our Bamboo Pioneers, a series where we shine the light on people who are bamboo giants. This time we talked with Ibu Desy Ekawati, our long-time collaborator. Desy Ekawati is an Indonesian bamboo activist who works at the Research and Development...
The Environmental Bamboo Foundation (EBF) has joined forces with SEAD Plant, signing an MOU in June 2022 to facilitate transfer of knowledge between the two organizations with the aim of growing the Bamboo Village Initiative in South East Asia. This is the first time...
A directory of bamboo resources and changemakers
Find research papers, manuals, reports, documentary films and more, and learn ways to integrate bamboo into your sustainable development and climate change mitigation efforts.
Weaving a network of collaboration with like-minded organizations.
Our partners and collaborators have been the backbone of our movement for decades. As we prepare to scale up our initiative across Indonesia and beyond, we will be strengthening these alliances to leverage the technical expertise that we need.