Highlights archive

The FAO Yearbook of Forest Products is a compilation of statistical data on basic forest products for all countries and territories of the world.

One million geospatial layers and thousands of statistics for over ten food and agriculture-related domains.

The number of people affected by hunger globally has been rising since 2014. This report spotlights the links between food security and nutrition, introduces new analysis of the affordability of healthy diets, presents health and climate-change costs associated with food consumption and concludes by discussing policies and strategies to transform food systems.

This annual report utilizes the commodity, policy and country expertise of both OECD and FAO and Member Countries to assess prospects for the coming decade’s global agricultural commodity markets. This year’s edition features a short scenario on COVID-19.

Since the first assessment in 1948, the report has evolved into a comprehensive evaluation of forest resources and their condition, management and uses, covering all the thematic elements of sustainable forest management. One of the key findings in this edition is that while deforestation continues, it has been reduced in the last five years.

Explore the new Global Forest Resources Assessment (FRA) 2020, including the main report, individual reports for 236 countries and territories of the world, and an interactive FRA online platform available at the FRA website.

The Food Insecurity Experience Scale (FIES) datasets can be especially useful in measuring and monitoring food insecurity in many countries, in the context of the COVID-19 pandemic.

This report is intended to serve as a useful tool for improving transparency and external visibility of the FAO Statistical System, as well as for stimulating joint efforts among international organizations in many areas.

FAO’s State of the World’s Fisheries and Aquaculture 2020 tracks growing fish production and consumption, and highlights the promise of sustainability actions.

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