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  1. Organic Agriculture Worldwide Graphs from the 2009 edition of ‚The World of Organic Agriculture‘ Helga Willer, FiBL, Frick, SwitzerlandMarch 10, 2009www.fibl.org, www.organic-world.net Frick, 01.01.2007

  2. How to quote • Please always quote the sources as given in the individual slides. • The 2009 edition of 'The World of Organic Agriculture' should be cited as:Willer, Helga and Lukas Kilcher (Eds.) (2009) The World of Organic Agriculture. Statistics and Emerging Trends 2009. FiBL-IFOAM Report. IFOAM, Bonn; FiBL, Frick; ITC, Geneva • If a name is given under a graph please quote both the original source as given under the graph and the full article in which it was published in ‚The World of Organic Agriculture 2009‘. For the table of contents see www.organic-world.net/contents-2009.html • Details on the sources and data providers for the 2009 FiBL/IFOAM survey are available at www.organic-world.net/fileadmin/documents/data-sheets-public/world-of-organic-data-sources.pdf • Further information is available at www.organic-world.net

  3. The global organic survey • The global survey on organic farming is carried out by the Research Institute of Organic Agriculture FiBL and the International Federation of Organic Agriculture Movements IFOAM. • Numerous experts from more than 140 countries are contributing data • Since 2008 the data collection activities have been supported under a project of the International Trade Centre ITC and the Swiss State Secretariat for Economic Affairs SECO. • NürnbergMesse, the organisers of BioFach Fair, have supported the survey and the yearbook since 2000. Since 2000 the latest figures have been presented annually at the BioFach Fair in Nuremberg, of which IFOAM is the patron.

  4. Yearbook ‚The World of Organic Agriculture‘ • The yearbook 'The World Organic Agriculture' is a joint project of the Research Institute of Organic Agriculture (FiBL) and the International Federation of Organic Agriculture Movements (IFOAM). 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 this global yearbook • NürnbergMesse, the organisers of BioFach Fair, has financially 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.

  5. Organic agriculture worldwide 2007 Source: FiBL and IFOAM 2009

  6. Land under organic management (ha) in the countries of Africa 2007 Source: IFOAM and FiBL 2009

  7. Land under organic management (ha) in the countries of Asia 2007 Source: FiBL 2009

  8. Land under organic management (ha) in the countries of Europe 2007 Source: FiBL and ZMP 2009

  9. Land under organic management (ha) in the countries of Latin America 2007 Source: FiBL 2009

  10. Land under organic management (ha) in North America 2007 Source: FiBL 2009

  11. Land under organic management (ha) in the countries of Oceania 2007 Source: FiBL 2009

  12. Organically managed land by geographical region 2007 Source: FiBL and IFOAM 2009

  13. The ten countries with most organically managed land 2007 Argentina, US and Uruguay: Only fully converted areas Source: FiBL and IFOAM 2009

  14. Conversion status of organically managed land 2007 Source: FiBL & IFOAM 2009

  15. The ten countries with the highest shares of organic land 2007 Source: FiBL/IFOAM 2009

  16. Development of organically managed agricultural land and organic wild collection areas 1999-2007 (Revision date: 2009/02/23) Source: FiBL, IFOAM & SOEL 2000-2009

  17. Development of organically managed agricultural land 1999-2007 (Revision date: 2009/02/23) Source: FiBL, IFOAM & SOEL 2000-2009

  18. Organic producers by geographical regions 2007 Source: FiBL & IFOAM 2009

  19. The ten countries with the largest numbers of organic producers Source: FiBL & IFOAM 2009

  20. Land use in organic agriculture by geographical region 2007 Source: FiBL & IFOAM 2009

  21. Organic wild collection areas by geographical region 2007, total 30.7 million ha Source: FiBL & IFOAM 2009

  22. The ten countries with the largest organic wild collection areas and bee pastures 2007 Source: FiBL & IFOAM 2009

  23. The ten developing countries with most organically managed land 2007 Source: FiBL & IFOAM 2009

  24. The ten developing countries with the highest shares of organic land 2007 Source: FiBL & IFOAM 2009

  25. Land use of organically managed land in developing countries Source: FiBL & IFOAM 2009

  26. Organic data collection systems by geographical region 2007 Source: FiBL & /IFOAM 2009

  27. Distribution of global revenues by region 2007 and The global market for organic food and drink: Market growth 1999-2007 Source: Organic Monitor 2009, Sahota 2009

  28. The countries with most certification bodies 2008 Source: Organic Standard/Grolink, Rundgren 2009 28

  29. Number of certication bodies/shares of the regions 2008 Source: Organic Standard/Grolink, Rundgren 2009

  30. Start year of organic certification among 481 certifcation bodies Source: Organic Standard/Grolink, Rundgren 2009

  31. Temperate fruit: Use of temperate organic fruit, berry and grape area 2007 Source: FiBL and Washington State University 2009; Granatstein et al. 2009

  32. Temperate fruits/berries/grapes: Share by country 2007 Source: FiBL and Washington State University 2009Granatstein et al. 2009

  33. Development of organic farming Uganda 2001 to 2007 Source: Nogamu 2008, see Bouagnimbeck 2009

  34. Development of Organic Farming in India 2002-2007/08 Source: SOEL/FIBL and APEDA (2004/05-2007/08), see Kumar Menon 2009 34

  35. Development of the organic and certified in-conversion land in Europe 1985-2007 Source: FiBL, Aberystwyth University, ZMP, see Willer 2009

  36. Land use in organic agriculture in the countries of Europe 2007 Source: FiBL, ZMP 2009, Willer 2009, Schaack 2009 36

  37. Source: Aberystwyth University, FiBL, ZMPSee Padel/Schaack/Willer 2009 Turnover with organic food in Europe: Distribution by country 2007; sales in million Euros

  38. The European Market: The countries with the highest sales 2007 Source: Aberystwyth University, FiBL, ZMPSee Padel/Schaack/Willer 2009

  39. The European Market: The countries with the highest shares of organic products 2007 Source: Aberystwyth University, FiBL, ZMPSee Padel/Schaack/Willer 2009

  40. The European Market: The countries with the highest per capita consumption 2007 Source: Aberystwyth University, FiBL, ZMPSee Padel/Schaack/Willer 2009

  41. Marketing channels of organic products in Europe Source: Specialised Organic Retail Report Europe 2008, Ekonzept/ORA, Schaer 2009 41

  42. Latin America: Growth of the organically managed land area 200-2007, the leading countries 2007 Source: FiBL 2009, Garibay & Ugas 2009

  43. Latin America: Organic banana area 2007 (includes in-conversion) Source: FiBL 2009, Garibay & Ugas 2009

  44. Latin America: Organic sugarcane area 2007 (includes in-conversion land) Source: FiBL 2009, Garibay & Ugas 2009

  45. Latin America: Organic cocoa area 2007 (includes in-conversion land; includes cocoa areas associated with other crops ) Source: FiBL 2009; Garibay & Ugas 2009

  46. Latin America: Organic coffee area (including in-conversion land) 2007 Source: FiBL 2009, Garibay & Ugas 2009

  47. Colombia : Development of organic agriculture 2002-2008 Programa Nacional de Agricultura Limpia, Ministerio de Agricultura y Desarrollo Rural de Colombia, 2008 47

  48. Colombia: Use of fully converted organic and certified in-conversion cropland 2007 Programa Nacional de Agricultura Limpia, Ministerio de Agricultura y Desarrollo Rural de Colombia, 2008, see Escobar 2009

  49. Ecuador: Development of the organically managed area* 2001-2007 * Including aquaculture and wild collection areas Source: GTZ Ecuador, see Rovayo/Lehmann 2009 49

  50. Ecuador: Area under organic production by main products 2007 Data provided by accredited organic certifiers in Ecuador., comiled by GTZ Ecuardor; Elaboration: Rovayo/Lehmann 2009 50