WELCOME TO RENÜABLE
helping everyone participate in the fight against climate change, plastic use, and deforestation...
WHY ARE WE PLANTING BAMBOO?
Bamboo is an amazing natural resource that is currently being extremely underutilized.
Bamboo has over 1,500 current uses, many of which could completely replace products currently being made from plastic.
Acre for acre, bamboo traps up to 10x the amount of carbon dioxide compared to a typical forest, and produces up to 35% more oxygen, too!
Bamboo does not need to be replanted for up to 140 years and grows larger and larger every year.
Bamboo can be grown on degraded, unstable land and can create and improve soil fertility, while reducing erosion and runoff.
As a building material, it is stronger than steel but when turned into sustainable eco-friendly clothing, our Renüable bamboo material has natural anti-bacterial, anti-microbial, and anti-odor properties, while staying silky soft, naturally temperature regulating, and so comfortable you just might not want to take it off!
BAMBOO CAN HELP STOP DEFORESTATION, PLASTIC USE, AND GLOBAL CLIMATE CHANGE.
Our mission is to become working partners with like-minded community members, organizations, and governments to help heal the world's soil, water, and air..
We are taking profits and investing it directly back into the earth- in part, by composting and planting as much bamboo as we can! With your help, we can do a lot to fight against climate change because there is nothing better equipped to fight nature, than nature.
Renüable believes the whole world should aim to be more sustainable. But because the United States is the largest importer of bamboo products, and will be for the foreseeable future, we believe we should plant a lot more bamboo locally to reduce the carbon emissions from shipping such huge quantities of products around the world (usually by cargo ship that negates any carbon sequestration the bamboo captured)! That's why Renüable was started. We set aside profits from any sales or services to use to fund green initiative ventures, such as planting bamboo, all over the United States.