The Library of FAO was founded in 1952 and was named David Lubin Memorial Library
to honour the founder of the International Institute of Agriculture, the predecessor of FAO. Today the Library contains over one million FAO and non-FAO documents, special and digital collections on all the topics FAO is working. Read on...
NEW BOOKS - Every month the library adds new FAO and non-FAO publications to its collection!
Vulnerability of Pacific Island agriculture and forestry to climate change
"This book identifies a range of potential response measures that could be implemented to significantly reduce exposure to climate related risks and enable the Pacific Community to better cope with emerging impacts."