By georgitte. bamboo. At Sunday, March 17th 2019, 14:29:02 PM.
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flooring the uses of bamboo are endless investment in bamboo also represents a great opportunity for portfolio diversification the global market for bamboo is expanding at an extraordinary rate estimated to have been worth well over 50 billion u.s. dollars in 2015 and new technologies constantly coming online that are increasing bam-boom uses and production outputs the demand for high-quality bamboo seems limitless there is every possibility that we could be looking at a 100 billion US dollars a year industry in the not-too-distant future the remarkable growth in many ways reflects bamboos remarkable growth and it s high time to invest in something that not only has a negative correlation to the downside of traditional investments but also works to the benefit of the environment bamboo and the APC group a green footprint for a renewable source
combination with other materials in order to achieve naturally fresh buildings in areas of high temperatures resistant to strong rainy seasons unable to confront plots and other climate related problems both for community and private initiatives with more than 200,000 homes delivered in the more than 44 years in office or Garda Christo an organization specialized in serial production of emergency housing made of wood and bamboo has transformed the life of thousands of people living in highly vulnerable conditions in recent years a process has begun towards the implementation of permanent housing the bamboo documentation center