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Wübu Bamboo

Wübu's Contribution to the United Nations' Sustainable Development Goals

SDG # 1

We believe that by harnessing the potential of our land and our people, and by ensuring that our products are transformed locally and that the value chain is primarily developed in Guatemala and other underdeveloped countries (where the qualities of temperature, soil, sunshine, and rainfall permit), we can export our final products to markets where they are valued for their quality, function, and origin.


This will create a clear path towards ending poverty in all the areas where we operate. Our work with bamboo, agroforestry, and circular systems creates sustainable livelihoods for local communities, promoting economic growth and reducing poverty.

SDG # 2

Our bamboo planting programs include the accompaniment of other edible crops, both for humans and animals. We believe that agro-silvo-pastoral use is the basis for achieving efficient industrial production as well as food for people and their animals.

The intelligent application of crops and the use of products from the land and animals provide not only economic gains but also food security. Wübu's bamboo plantations in association with other edible species aim to ensure that all people directly and indirectly related to us can enjoy zero hunger.

SDG # 5

Our work includes employing both men and women. In most positions, anyone can perform the job regardless of their gender, skin color, or beliefs. Positions are awarded based on meritocracy rather than any other criteria.

At Wübu, we believe in equal opportunities for all genders. We understand that gender equality is not only a human right but a necessary foundation for a peaceful, prosperous, and sustainable world.



Our goal is to create an inclusive work environment where everyone has the opportunity to reach their full potential.

SDG # 7

In our Eco Villages, we will use bamboo pellets for cooking and solar energy for lighting and other purposes. By incorporating sustainable energy sources such as bamboo pellets and solar power, we aim to reduce our carbon footprint and promote the use of renewable energy in the communities where we operate.

The abundance of biomass generated by bamboo has great potential for sustainable energy production, aligning with SDG No. 7: Affordable and Clean Energy. The production of pellets, briquettes, biochar, and syngas from bamboo biomass can serve as an alternative to fossil fuels, reducing greenhouse gas emissions and contributing to the fight against climate change. Our focus on promoting sustainable energy production with bamboo aligns with our commitment to achieving a more sustainable future for all.

SDG # 8

At Wübu, we believe that bamboo is an ideal crop for generating economic growth and providing decent work opportunities. 

The cultivation of bamboo and its rapid growth generate many employment opportunities and economic growth for both the direct and indirect areas of influence. We also anticipate generating large quantities of carbon offsets, which we plan to sell in international markets that support sustainable rural development, equality, responsible industrialization, and job creation where opportunities were previously lacking.

Wübu and our partners are building industrial transformation plants for bamboo and its byproducts, which will create powerful economic growth for individuals, local collectives, and neighboring areas of operation, driving an economic multiplier and entrepreneurship in the area. Our approach to economic growth is focused on creating opportunities for all individuals regardless of gender, race, or belief system.

SDG # 9

We believe that sustainable industrialization and innovation are key drivers for economic growth, job creation, and human development.


Through our focus on bamboo agroforestry, circular systems, and market development, we are fostering the development of local value chains that add value to natural resources and promote the use of renewable energy sources.


Our approach aims to empower local communities, while also promoting responsible industrialization that respects the environment and prioritizes sustainable development.


By investing in infrastructure, technology, and innovation, we are building a foundation for long-term economic growth and development in the areas where we operate.

SDG # 10

The industrialization of bamboo, together with the creation of model villages and marketing channels for the products generated in the area, reduces inequalities between urban and rural populations.


Wübu aims to improve education, living standards, health, and well-being through circular housing systems in its model villages, supported by the development of bamboo plantations and industrial plants, along with the efficient marketing of all products from the area.

Al persons will receive equal pay for equal work, and we will always seek to create oportunities for all.

SDG # 11

At Wübu, we seek to demonstrate that humans can develop economically in an appropriate way, achieve good standards of living, live in beautiful places, have comfortable and safe homes; all of this without destroying the environment or the ecosystem.

Our model villages aim to demonstrate this in a practical way, creating sustainable communities that will endure over time while generating significant economic resources and a lot of well-being.

Furthermore, through the development of sustainable infrastructure, including renewable energy, efficient waste management, and green transportation, we are committed to creating smart, inclusive, and resilient cities and communities for all.


We believe that by prioritizing the needs of people and the planet, we can create a more sustainable and equitable future for everyone.

SDG # 12

Wübu's bamboo plantations, designed in agroforestry systems, are focused on achieving maximum productivity of biomass, construction materials, food, forage, and environmental protection. This promotes responsible consumption of resources and high productivity.

At Wübu, we strive for maximum efficiency and benefit by making use of every input in our production processes, generating diverse sub-products to promote holistic well-being of both humans and their environment.

SDG # 13

Wübu recognizes the crucial role of bamboo plantations in protecting the environment, promoting biodiversity, and mitigating the effects of climate change.


By designing agroforestry systems that maximize the productivity of bamboo and other crops, we aim to promote sustainable land use practices that benefit both people and the planet.


Our focus on regenerative agriculture and sustainable forestry helps to restore degraded land, conserve biodiversity, and promote the health and well-being of local communities.


Through these efforts, we strive to achieve SDG 13: Climate Action, and create a more sustainable future for all.

SDG # 15

Wübu's bamboo plantations, particularly in agro-silvo-pastoral systems, generate powerful ecosystems where native species combine with bamboo to create conservation areas, capture Carbon Dioxide, and provide sanctuaries for birds and terrestrial animals, all while the bamboo is being utilized.


These ecosystems promote biodiversity, prevent deforestation, and protect endangered species, contributing to the preservation of natural resources and the sustainable development of local communities.


Wübu is committed to promoting responsible land use practices that balance economic development with the conservation of natural ecosystems.

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