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The World of Organic Agriculture 2011: Table of Contents

Articles

Foreword from ITC and SECO (2.8 MB)

Foreword from FiBL and IFOAM (2.8 MB)

Acknowledgements (2.8 MB)

Sponsors (2.8 MB)

Abbreviations (2.8 MB)

Organic Agriculture 2011: Key Indicators (2.8 MB)

The World of Organic Agriculture 2011: Summary
Helga Willer 
(2.8 MB)

ORGANIC AGRICULTURE WORLDWIDE   

  • Organic Agriculture Worldwide –  The Results of the FiBL/IFOAM Survey   
    Helga Willer 

GLOBAL MARKET  

  • The Global Market for Organic Food & Drink   
    Amarjit Sahota 

STANDARDS AND REGULATIONS    

ORGANIC BEEKEEPING    

  • Organic Beekeeping: Opportunities and Risks   
    Salvador Garibay, Peter Gänz, Rémy Vandame, Ulrich Broeker, and Stefan Bogdanov 

AFRICA    

ASIA    

EUROPE    

  • Organic Agriculture in Europe: Overview   
    Helga Willer 
  • The Organic Market in Europe    
    Diana Schaack, Helga Willer, and Susanne Padel 
  • Organic Action Plans in Europe in 2010   
    Victor Gonzálvez, Otto Schmid and Helga Willer 
  • Switzerland: Country Report    
    Lukas Kilcher 
  • Ukraine Country Report    (504 KB) 
    Natalie Prokopchuk and Tobias Eisenring

MEDITERRANEAN REGION

  • Organic Agriculture in the Mediterranean Region:  Updates   
    Lina Al Bitar, Marie Reine Bteich, Patrizia Pugliese 

LATIN AMERICA  and Caribbean

  • Organic Farming in Latin America and the Caribbean   
    Salvador V. Garibay, Roberto Ugas, and Patricia Flores Escudero 
  • Chile: Country Report    
    Pilar Eguillor Recabarren 
  • Costa Rica: Country Report    
    Roberto Azofeifa

NORTH AMERICA    

  • North American Overview    
    Barbara Fitch Haumann  
  • United States: Country Report    
    Barbara Fitch Haumann 
  • Canada: Country Report    
    Matthew Holmes and Anne Macey 

OCEANIA    

  • Organic Farming in Australia    
    Els Wynen, Alexandra Mitchell, and Paul Kristiansen 
  • The Pacific Islands    
    Karen Mapusua 

ACHIEVEMENTS MADE AND CHALLENGES AHEAD   

Creating Power Through Statistical Evidence: The Organic Alternative   
Markus Arbenz 

ANNEX    

Tables    
Data Providers and Data Sources  (2.2 MB)

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Tables

  • Table 1: Countries and territories covered by the global survey on organic agriculture 2009
  • Table 2: Organic agricultural land (including in-conversion areas) and regional shares of the global organic agricultural land 2009     
  • Table 3: Organic agricultural land (including in-conversion areas) and shares of total agricultural land 2009  
  • Table 4: Organically managed agricultural land (hectares) by region: growth from 2008 to 2009    
  • Table 5: Organic areas: Agricultural land and further certified organic areas by region in 2009    
  • Table 6: Wild collection and beekeeping areas by crop group 2009    
  • Table 7: Development of the numbers of producers 2008 to 2009    
  • Table 8: Turnover with organic food and beverages and exports by country 2009    
  • Table 9: Organic agricultural land (including conversion areas) by main use and region 2009    
  • Table 10: Use of organic arable land, 2008 and 2009 compared     5
  • Table 11: Use of organic permanent crop land, 2008 and 2009 compared    
  • Table 12: Countries with regulations on organic agriculture    
  • Table 13: Countries in the process of drafting regulations     
  • Table 14: Certification bodies: The countries with the highest numbers 2008-2010    
  • Table 15: Number of certification bodies per region 2003-2009    
  • Table 16: Certification bodies: Numbers and approvals per region 2010    
  • Table 17: Tunisia: Land use 2009  
  • Table 18: Production and export of main organic products  
  • Table 19: Summary of a survey about key regional markets and imports  
  • Table 20: Asia regulatory frameworks and certification  
  • Table 21: Indonesia: Use of agricultural land and crops grown 2009  
  • Table 22: Kazakhstan: Organic production: Organic area, production, and exports   
  • Table 23: South Korea: Organic agricultural production in 2007-2009   
  • Table 24: South Korea: Production volume of organic products according to type in 2009   
  • Table 25: South Korea: Organic animal husbandry according to type in 2009  
  • Table 26: South Korea: Development of the domestic market for organic food  
  • Table 27: South Korea: Imports of organic primary products according to country  
  • Table 28: South Korea: Imports of processed organic products (2001 to 2008)  
  • Table 29: The European market for organic food 2009  
  • Table 30: Organic action plans in Europe 2010  
  • Table 31: Switzerland: Sales of organic products, market shares and growth per product group 2009
  • Table 32: Organic land area and organic operators in the Mediterranean countries 2009  
  • Table 33: Trends in US organic agricultural production  
  • Table 34: Organic farming in Canada by province 2009  
  • Table 35: Australia: Values of organic production in (2000-2010)  
  • Table 36: Pacific Islands: Organic agricultural land and share of total agricultural land 2009 
  • Table 37: Pacific Islands: Main crops 
  • Table 38: Organic agricultural land, share of total agricultural land and number of producers  (1.4 MB)
  • Table 39: Organic agricultural land by  country 2009, sorted by area  
  • Table 40: Organic agricultural land: The top ten countries per region 2009  
  • Table 41: Shares of organic  agricultural land by country 2009, sorted  
  • Table 42: Share of organic agricultural land: The top ten countries per region 2009 
  • Table 43: Growth of the organic agricultural land by region 1999-2009
  • Table 44: Development of the organic agricultural land and share of the agricultural land by region and country, 2007-2009    24
  • Table 45: All organic land use types by region and country 2009  
  • Table 46: Organic producers and other operator types by country 2009
  • Table 47: Land use and key crop groups in organic agriculture worldwide in the regions 2009

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Figures

  • Figure 1: Distribution of the organic agricultural land by geographical region in 2009 
  •  Figure 2: The countries with the largest areas of organic agricultural land 2009    
  • Figure 3: The ten countries with the highest shares of organic agricultural land 2009    
  • Figure 4: Distribution of the shares of organic agricultural land 2009    
  • Figure 5: Growth of the organic agricultural land 1999-2009    
  • Figure 6: Increase of organic agricultural land 2008/2009 in the regions    
  • Figure 7: The ten countries with the largest growth 2008/2009    
  • Figure 8: Geographical distribution of organic wild collection and beekeeping areas in 2009    
  • Figure 9: The ten countries with the largest organic wild collection and
    beekeeping areas in 2009     
  • Figure 10: The distribution of organic producers by geographical region 2009    
  • Figure 11: The countries with the highest numbers of organic producers 2009
  • Figure 12: The countries with the largest markets for organic food 2009
  • Figure 13: The countries with the highest per capita consumption 2009    
  • Figure 14: Distribution of arable cropland by geographical region 2009    
  • Figure 15: Distribution of permanent cropland by region 2009
  • Figure 16: Countries on the DAC list: the countries with the largest organic agricultural land  in 2009
  • Figure 17: Countries on the DAC list: the countries with the 
    highest shares of organic agricultural land in 2009
  • Figure 18: Development of the data availability by country 2000-2009
  • Figure 19: The global market for organic food and drink: Market growth 2000-2009   
  • Figure 20: The global market for organic food and drink: Distribution
    of revenues by region 2009 
  • Figure 21: The Tunisian organic logo 
  • Figure 22: Uganda: Value of organic export in million US dollars 2002-2010 
  • Figure 23: China: National logo for organic products
  •  Figure 24: Indonesia: National logo for organic products 
  • Figure 25: Europe: Development of organic agriculture land 1985 to 2009 
  • Figure 26: Europe: Development of key crop groups; 2008 and 2009 compared 
  • Figure 27: European Union: New logo 
  • Figure 28: Europe: The ten countries with the
    largest markets for organic food and beverages 2009 
  • Figure 29: Europe: The ten countries with the highest per-capita consumption levels 2009
  • Figure 30:Switzerland: Development of the organic market 1995-2009
  • Figure 31: Latin America and Caribbean: Organic banana area in 2009 
  • Figure 32: Latin America and Caribbean: Organic coffee area 2009  
  • Figure 33: Latin America and Caribbean: Organic cocoa area 2009  
  • Figure 34: Latin America and Caribbean: Organic sugarcane area 2009  
  • Figure 35: Chile’s official logo for organic products (domestic market only)   
  • Figure 36: Costa Rica: Exports 2009 
  • Figure 37: United States: Development of the market for organic food  
  • Figure 38: Canada: Distribution of retail sales by product 2009 

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