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The bamboo firewood and charcoal paradox

Dear all,

After the introduction on INBAR and my MSc research project in my previous blog, now it is time to tell you a little more about my experiences in Ghana.

For those who have not read my previous blog, here a short summary. I am a Dutch student doing my MSc research with GPFLR and INBAR on the (im)possibilities to include bamboo in Forest Landscape…


Added by Astrid Bos on July 18, 2011 at 6:30pm — 4 Comments

Exploring the opportunities to include bamboo in Forest Landscape Restoration projects

Welcome! Or to speak in Twi: Akwaaba! With this blog I will keep you updated on the news from the Western Region in Ghana, where INBAR (International Network on Bamboo and Rattan) has started a bamboo biomass energy project. In this first blog I will introduce myself and the project. Soon I will start some discussions as well, because I am very interested in other FLR projects as well and in particular to see if there are more experiences with bamboo for this purpose.

My name is…


Added by Astrid Bos on July 8, 2011 at 10:00pm — 1 Comment

Invitation to virtual tour to Pamu Berekum forest area

You are please invited to go on a "virtual tour" with us to a degraded forest landscape which was restored by local communities in Pamu Berekum Forest Reserve.

You are please invited to send your comments, suggestions and questions. Francis and I are ready to respond to them. We hope you would find this tour exciting!


Dominic and…


Added by Dominic Blay on May 10, 2010 at 1:38pm — 1 Comment

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