The International Bamboo and Rattan Organization, which seeks to minimize carbon dioxide emissions by substituting bamboo products for plastic ones, set up the booths promoting these goods.
Sichuan Vanov New Material Co., Ltd. displayed their "Babo" brand of bamboo-fiber paper at one of the booths. By combining natural bamboo fiber and coffee grounds to create new materials in 2021, the business partnered with Starbucks to assist the American coffee juggernaut considerably lower carbon dioxide emissions from packaging materials. A representative from Vanov's booth, Huang Manqi, said, "At CIFTIS, we hope to find more partners who champion the concept of low-carbon sustainable development, and together protect our home, the Earth."
According to Marco Su, a senior manager at Amazon Web Services' Greater China Region, "Enterprise customers can reduce their carbon footprint simply by moving their businesses to the cloud." Su continued by saying that Amazon's cloud technology can cut customers' carbon footprints by around 80%, and the company hopes to increase that number to 96% by 2025.