How Bamboo Balances Biodiversity

Sep 01 , 2021 | Social Good

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Ten per cent of the world's plant species can be found in China, including bamboo which also grows in other parts of Asia. Bamboo is a great alternative to plastics and multiple functions, from clothing to kitchen itensils, and food to scoffolding. Our Host James Chau tells the story of bamboo and how it plays a bdeeper role in the health of our planet.

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