Occasionally, a new development comes along that provides some optimism about our prospects for making positive changes in our living habits.
One such development is the emergence of new uses for a species of grass that has been around far longer than we have
Bamboo has been used for everything from food to bridge building for millennia but consumers and manufacturers are taking a fresh look at all that this amazing plant has to offer.
By now, nearly everyone knows that we are depleting the natural resources of the only home that we have at a rate that is well past sustainable. To some extent, we have become inured to alarming reports and ominous warnings about our wasteful ways.Media outlets yammer away about Overpopulation, Global Warming and Deforestation and these reports either fatigue or motivate us to make necessary changes in our lives.
How Bamboo Helps Environment
Benefits of Bamboo
Bamboo's natural cooling properties stem from its hollow structure and porous composition. These features facilitate effective ventilation, allowing air to circulate and dissipate heat. This innate ability makes bamboo an ideal material for structures, promoting a naturally cool and comfortable environment in various climates.