Key results from the survey on organicagriculture worldwide 2012Part 3: Organic agriculture in the regions2010Research Institute of Organic Agriculture FiBL, Frick, Switzerland, in cooperation with theInternational Federation of Organic Agriculture Movements IFOAMSupported by: Swiss State Secretariat of Economic Affairs, International Trade Centre, NürnbergMesseData as published February 2012 in The World of Organic Agriculture. Statistics and Emerging Trends 2012For updates check www.organic-world.nethttp://www.organic-world.net/yearbook-2012-presentations.html?&L=0Version of May 5, 2012
The Global Survey on Organic Agriculture:Supporters› International Trade Centre, Geneva› The Swiss State Secretariat of Economic Affairs SECO, Berne› Nürnberg Messe, the organizers of the BioFach Organic Trade Fair www.fibl.org
The World of Organic Agriculture 2012› The 13th edition of ‚The World of Organic Agriculture‘, was published by FiBL and IFOAM in February 2012.*› Contents: › Results of the survey on organic agriculture worldwide; › Organic agriculture in the regions and country reports; › Australia, Azerbaijan, Benin, Bulgaria, Canada, Ethiopia, Iran, Pacific Islands, Peru, Thailand, Turkey and United States. › Chapters on the global market, standards & legislations, voluntary standards , PGS and European market › Numerous tables and graphs. › The book can be ordered via IFOAM.org and shop.FiBL.org. *Willer, H, and Kilcher, L. (2012) The World of Organic Agriculture. Statistics and Emerging Trends 2012. IFOAM, Bonn, and FiBL, Frick www.fibl.org
Asia: Organic agricultural land by country 2010 Source: FiBL-IFOAM Survey 2012, based on national sources www.fibl.org
Organic Agriculture in Asia – Key Figures 2010› The total organic agricultural area in was Asia 2.8 million hectares in 2010.› This constitutes seven percent of the world’s organic agricultural land.› There were 0.5 million producers reported.› The leading countries by organic agricultural land are China (1.4 million hectares) and India (0.8 million hectares).› Timor-Leste has the most organic agricultural area as a proportion of total agricultural land (almost seven percent). www.fibl.org 16
Asia: Development of organic agricultural land2000-2010 www.fibl.org Source: IFOAM, FiBL and SOEL, surveys 2000-2012
Asia: Distribution of organic agricultural land bycountry 2010 (total 2.8 million hectares) Rest 17% Kazakhstan (2009) 5% China 50% India 28% FiBL-IFOAM survey 2012 www.fibl.org
Asia: The ten countries with the most organicagricultural land 2010 FiBL-IFOAM Survey 2012, based on data from governments, the private www.fibl.org organic sector and certifiers
Asia: Distribution of shares of organic land 2010 FiBL Survey 2012, based on data from governments, the private organic www.fibl.org sector and certifiers
Asia: The ten countries/territories with thehighest shares of organic agricultural land 2010 FiBL Survey 2012, based on data from governments, the private organic www.fibl.org sector and certifiers
Asia: Use of organic agricultural land 2010(total: 2.8 million hectares) www.fibl.org Source: FiBL survey 2012
Articles about Asia in the 2012 Edition of "TheWorld of Organic Agriculture"› Organic Asia 2012 Ong Kung Wai› Organic Agriculture in Azerbaijan Vugar Babayev› Organic Food & Farming in Iran Paul Rye Kledal, Hossein Mahmuodi and Majid Mahdavi Damghani› Overview of Thai Organic Agriculture Vitoon R. Panyakul www.fibl.org
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