The Statistics.FiBL.org website gives access to the data collected annually by the Research Institute of Organic Agriculture FiBL and partners.The results of the globaly survey are also published by FiBL and IFOAM - Organics International in the yearbook The World of Organic Agriculture.
The website Staitiscs.FiBL.org is maintained by the Research Institute of Organic Agriculture FiBL, funded under a project of the Swiss State Secretariat of Economic Affairs SECO and the International Trade Centre ITC.
The website contains data tables on organic agriculture worldwide and the related meta data. For more information on organic agriculture worldwide see our website www.organic-world.net and for information about Europe see www.organic-europe.net.
The global survey on organic farming is currently carried out by the Research Institute of Organic Agriculture FiBL. Numerous experts from more than 170 countries are contributing to the data collection.
Since 2008 the data collection activities have been supported under a project of the International Trade Centre ITC and the Swiss State Secretariat of Economic Affairs SECO.
NürnbergMesse, the organisers of BioFach Fair, have supported thie survey and the yearbook since 2000. Since 2000 the latest global organic figures have been presented annually at the BioFach Organic Trade Fair in Nuremberg, of which IFOAM - Organics International is the patron.
The yearbook The World Organic Agriculture is a joint publication of the Research Institute of Organic Agriculture (FiBL) and IFOAM - Organics International. The yearbook, apart from the statistics collected in the frame of the global organic survey, documents recent developments and trends in global organic farming.Numerous experts on organic farming contribute to the yearbook.
NürnbergMesse, the organisers of the BIOFACH organic trade fair, has supported this yearbook and the data collection since 2000. Since 2008, the data compilation published in the book has been financially supported by the International Trade Centre ITC and the Swiss State Secretariat of Economic Affairs SECO. The activities are also supported by IFOAM - Organics International.