OnlyMoso giant bamboo is an excellent resource with regard to eco-sustainability:
- The extensive root system keeps soil compact, preventing erosion caused by water, and improves its quality.
- It grows naturally without the use of harsh chemicals/pesticides or machinery.
- It reduces greenhouse gases. In fact, the OnlyMoso giant bamboo absorbs 5 times more carbon dioxide, and produces about 35% more oxygen than oxygen emitted by other types of trees.
- There are currently no GMO variants of the OnlyMoso giant bamboo.
Moso Bamboo can be grown on all terrains, such as former urban landfills, converting them into parks. OnlyMoso bamboo plants enhance the land, protecting it from landslides and water cycle disturbances with its dense root system.
Bamboo biomass has huge potential to be another solution for fossil fuel. Bamboo biomass can be treated in several ways to yield different energy products (charcoal, syngas and biofuels), which can be substitutions for existing fossil fuel products. Bamboo has superior characteristics than most biomass feed stocks and fitting for both thermal and biochemical pathways. One acre of adult Moso bamboo can also generate 14.33 times more biomass compared to many other timberland species.
Precisely in this regard, the manifest “Terra Viva” (“Living Earth”) was presented at Expo 2015, aiming to increase the level of protection for the environment, combating the greenhouse effect and soil erosion. At the same time it opens a new and profitable road. Fortunately, after 2-3 years of decline, the investments in renewable energies started to increase again, by about $270 billion worldwide. Hence originates our idea of eco-investment.