Bamboo is a prime example of sustainability and environmental sustainability. During the extremely fast growth, the huge bamboo trees bind high amounts of CO2, producing more oxygen than most other plants.
Bamboo grows in tropical forests. The bamboo trunks grow from an underground root system and can be harvested after 5 years, while the rest continues to grow. Every year large quantities of bamboo trees can be felled without endangering or affecting the mother plant.