This section is about awareness of bamboo botany, diversity, distribution, ecology, forestry, and ecosystem services to provide technical tools for bamboo sustainable development and improvement of the value chain.

This segment will deliver an overall multilevel view of the participants' countries from a regulatory framework and employability in the territories. In addition, a view on the active role of rural communities, society, and business associations in promoting sustainable livelihoods and partnering with potential innovative markets. Lastly, entrepreneurship towards a circular economy with bamboo.

The role of bamboo in our countries has increased noticeably in recent years. A binding objective with this material, that we must make visible on our planet,  has boosted the search for solutions to significant problems: Inaccessible to decent housing, few green cities - urbanism, undeveloped urban planning, and remote access to essential services oriented towards human wellbeing.

Nature-based alternatives greatly support ecosystems and their services, and Bamboo is a crucial resource for supplying environmental solutions.

The wide range of products and processes for the industrial development of Bamboo makes it a key resource to respond to social challenges such as climate change, food security, or disaster risk.