Infographics

Sustainble forestry for food security
This infographic illustrates the links between forests and food security and nutrition, as well as the actions that can be taken to unlock their full potential. Available in English, French and Spanish.

      Forests and energy
This infographic illustrates the many ways in which forests are a vital resource for meeting the world’s renewable-energy demand.
Available in English, Arabic,
Chinese, French, Japanese,
Russian and Spanish.
         
Benefits of urban trees
This infographic illustrates the benefits of urban trees, including cooling the air, filtering out harmful pollutants and mitigating the effects of climate change. Available in English, Arabic, Chinese, French,
Russian and Spanish.
      Why does legal timber matter?
This infographic illustrates the benefits
of improving forest governance and the importance of the FAO EU Forest Law Enforcement, Governance and Trade
(FLEGT) programme. Available in
English, Arabic, Chinese, French,
Russian and Spanish.
         
Actors to address climate change
This infographic illustrates the enormous potential local communities and smallholders have to preserve forest landscapes and generate economic and social development benefits. Available in English and Spanish.
      State of the world's forests
This infographic illustrates that it is possible to increase agricultural productivity and food security while halting or even reversing deforestation. Available in English, Arabic, Chinese, French, Russian and Spanish.
         
Sustainable Forest Management Toolbox
An infographic explaining the Sustainable Forest Management Toolbox, a free user-friendly web-based platform designed to meet the diverse needs of sustainable forest management practitioners. Available in English.
      Mountain peoples and food security
This infographic provides a geographic and demographic picture of the world’s mountain areas assessing the vulnerability to food insecurity of mountain dwellers in developing countries. Available in English,
Arabic, Chinese, French, Russian
and Spanish.

last updated:  Thursday, May 10, 2018