The World of Organic Agriculture

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Statistics and Emerging Trends 2015
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The 16th edition of The World of Organic Agriculture documents recent developments in global organic agriculture. It includes contributions from representatives of the organic sector from throughout the world and provides comprehensive organic farming statistics that cover surface area  under organic management, specific information about land use in organic systems, numbers of farms and other operator types as well as selected market data.

The book also contains information on the global market for organic food, information on standards and regulations as well as insights into current and emerging trends for organic agriculture in Africa, Asia, Europe, Latin America and the Caribbean, North America and Oceania.

In addition, the volume contains reports about the organic sector in Australia, Canada, the Pacific Islands, and the United States of America. Short updates are available from a number of countries in Asia as well as Latin America and the Caribbean.

This book  has been produced with the support of the International Trade Centre (ITC), the Swiss State Secretariat for Economic Affairs (SECO) and NürnbergMesse. The views expressed herein can in no way be taken to reflect the official opinions of ITC, SECO, or NürnbergMesse.

+++ Affiliates of  IFOAM – Organics International order the book at a reduced price directly from IFOAM – Organics International . Tel. +49 (0)228 926 50-10; HeadOffice@ifoam.bio; www.ifoam.bio

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Title The World of Organic Agriculture
Subtitle Statistics and Emerging Trends 2015
Order no. 1663
Price CHF12.00
Pages 304
Authors Helga Willer, Julia Lernoud
Publisher(s) Bio Suisse (Hrsg.), FiBL (Hrsg.)
Year of publication 2015
Edition 1st edition
Format Handbook
Version Professional print
Language English
ISBN 978-3-03736-270-9; ISBN 978-3-03736-271-6 (PDF-Version)
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