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Methods and Standards

In response to a growing demand for high-quality and internationally-comparable statistics, FAO develops, implements and promotes methods and standards to guide national data producers in generating and using sound statistics. In particular, the Organization is committed to provide national statistical systems with internationally recognized definitions, concepts and classifications as well as methodological guidance for the production of high quality statistics related to food and agriculture.

This interface allows you to search for statistical classifications, guidelines and handbooks, technical reports, working papers and methodological documents, and capacity development resources. You can search by SUBJECT (general, agriculture, forestry, fishery and aquaculture, and natural resources) or use the ADVANCED SEARCH to search by keyword, country, language and lead authoring unit/office. Comments, suggestions and inquiries can be addressed to: Statistics-Requests@fao.org.

General (including food and nutrition)

This section provides the main statistical classifications maintained and/or used by FAO.

Central Product Classification (CPC) version 2.1

General information

Status

Operational

Website

https://unstats.un.org/unsd/classifications/Econ/cpc

Custodian

United Nations Statistics Division

Year Published

2015

Availability

English only

Purpose of the Classification

Statistical Domain

Economic statistics

Purpose

The Central Product Classification (CPC) constitutes a comprehensive classification of all goods and services. CPC presents categories for all products that can be the object of domestic or international transactions or that can be entered into stocks. It includes products that are an output of economic activity, including transportable goods, non-transportable goods and services. CPC, as a standard central product classification, was developed to serve as an instrument for assembling and tabulating all kinds of statistics requiring product detail. Such statistics may cover production, intermediate and final consumption, capital formation, foreign trade or prices. They may refer to commodity flows, stocks or balances and may be compiled in the context of input/output tables, balance of payments and other analytical presentations. The CPC classifies products based on the physical characteristics of goods or on the nature of the services rendered. CPC was developed primarily to enhance harmonization among various fields of economic and related statistics and to strengthen the role of national accounts as an instrument for the coordination of economic statistics. It provides a basis for recompiling basic statistics from their original classifications into a standard classification for analytical use.

Methodology

Concept Being Classified

Goods, services

Relationship to Other International Classifications

HS 2012

With regard to transportable goods, a very close relationship exists between the Central Product Classification and the Harmonized System, as CPC subclasses in sections 0 to 4 generally constitute groupings and rearrangements of complete categories of the Harmonized System. As a result, a total of 1 617 CPC subclasses have been defined, using over 5 000 headings and subheadings of the 2012 Harmonized System as building blocks.

 

ISIC Revision 4

The Central Product Classification and the International Standard Industrial Classification of All Economic Activities are both general-purpose classifications, with the ISIC representing the activity side of these two interrelated United Nations classifications. Each subclass of the CPC consists of goods or services that are generally produced in a specific class or classes of the ISIC, Rev.4.

Classification Structure

Level

Level Name

Code Format

Number of Items

Level 1

Section

0

10 items

Level 2

Division

01

71 items

Level 3

Group

012

329 items

Level 4

Class

0123

1 229 items

Level 5

Subclass

01234

2 887 items

Revision Information

At the core of the revision process were several objectives, namely (a) to reflect in the CPC newly emerging products or products that better reflect changing production patterns; (b) to reflect outputs of newly defined industries of ISIC Revision 4; (c) to take into account the changes in the 2012 edition of the Harmonized Commodity Coding and Description System (HS); (d) to review the product detail necessary for statistics on agriculture, ICT and information products and (e) to review the conceptual basis of CPC, including issues concerning the scope of the classification and the definition of and distinction between goods and services.

 

In collaboration with the Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations (FAO), significant detail has been added in CPC Ver.2 in sections 0 and 2, related to agricultural and food products, fertilizers and agricultural machinery. Also fishery products in division 04 and forest products in divisions 03 and 31 have been updated.

Contact Information

United Nations Statistics Division

Economic Statistics Branch

Classifications Hotline

Email:

chl@un.org

Fax:

+1 917 367 0135

Address:

United Nations Statistics Division

DC-2 15th Floor

2 UN Plaza New York, NY 10017

Central Product Classification (CPC) version 2.1 expanded for agriculture

General information

Status

Operational

Website

https://unstats.un.org/unsd/classifications/Econ/cpc

Custodian

United Nations Statistics Division

Year Published

2015

Availability

English only

Purpose of the Classification

Statistical Domain

Economic statistics

Purpose

The Central Product Classification (CPC) constitutes a comprehensive classification of all goods and services. CPC presents categories for all products that can be the object of domestic or international transactions or that can be entered into stocks. It includes products that are an output of economic activity, including transportable goods, non-transportable goods and services. CPC, as a standard central product classification, was developed to serve as an instrument for assembling and tabulating all kinds of statistics requiring product detail. Such statistics may cover production, intermediate and final consumption, capital formation, foreign trade or prices. They may refer to commodity flows, stocks or balances and may be compiled in the context of input/output tables, balance of payments and other analytical presentations. The CPC classifies products based on the physical characteristics of goods or on the nature of the services rendered. CPC was developed primarily to enhance harmonization among various fields of economic and related statistics and to strengthen the role of national accounts as an instrument for the coordination of economic statistics. It provides a basis for recompiling basic statistics from their original classifications into a standard classification for analytical use.

Methodology

Concept Being Classified

Goods, services

Relationship to Other International Classifications

HS 2012

With regard to transportable goods, a very close relationship exists between the Central Product Classification and the Harmonized System, as CPC subclasses in sections 0 to 4 generally constitute groupings and rearrangements of complete categories of the Harmonized System. As a result, a total of 1,617 CPC subclasses have been defined, using over 5,000 headings and subheadings of the 2012 Harmonized System as building blocks.

 

ISIC Revision 4

The Central Product Classification and the International Standard Industrial Classification of All Economic Activities are both general-purpose classifications, with the ISIC representing the activity side of these two interrelated United Nations classifications. Each subclass of the CPC consists of goods or services that are generally produced in a specific class or classes of the ISIC, Rev.4.

Classification Structure

Level

Level Name

Code Format

Number of Items

Level 1

Section

0

10 items

Level 2

Division

01

71 items

Level 3

Group

012

329 items

Level 4

Class

0123

1229 items

Level 5

Subclass

01234

2887 items

Revision Information

At the core of the revision process were several objectives, namely (a) to reflect in the CPC newly emerging products or products that better reflect changing production patterns; (b) to reflect outputs of newly defined industries of ISIC Revision 4; (c) to take into account the changes in the 2012 edition of the Harmonized Commodity Coding and Description System (HS); (d) to review the product detail necessary for statistics on agriculture, ICT and information products and (e) to review the conceptual basis of CPC, including issues concerning the scope of the classification and the definition of and distinction between goods and services.

 

In collaboration with the Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations (FAO), significant detail has been added in CPC Ver.2 in sections 0 and 2, related to agricultural and food products, fertilizers and agricultural machinery. Also fishery products in division 04 and forest products in divisions 03 and 31 have been updated.

Contact Information

United Nations Statistics Division

Economic Statistics Branch

Classifications Hotline

Email:

chl@un.org

Fax:

+1 917 367 0135

Address:

United Nations Statistics Division

DC-2 15th Floor

2 UN Plaza

New York, NY 10017

Classification of Individual Consumption According to Purpose (COICOP)

General information

Status

Operational

Website

https://unstats.un.org/unsd/classifications/unsdclassifications

Custodian

United Nations Statistics Division

Year Adopted

2018

Year Published

2018

Availability

English only

Purpose of the Classification

Statistical Domain

Economic statistics

Purpose

The Classification of Individual Consumption According to Purpose (COICOP) is the international reference classification of household expenditure. The objective of COICOP is to provide a framework of homogeneous categories of goods and services, which are considered a function or purpose of household consumption expenditure. COICOP is an integral part of the System of National Accounts (SNA), but it is also used in several other statistical areas, such as: household expenditure statistics based on household budget surveys and the analysis of living standards; consumer price indices; international comparisons of gross domestic product (GDP) and its component expenditures through purchasing power parities; and statistics relating to culture, sports, food, health, and tourism.

Methodology

Concept Being Classified

Expenditures, goods, services

Relationship to Other International Classifications

Relation to COPNI, COPP, COFOG


COICOP 2018 is divided into three parts:

• Divisions 01 to 13 Individual consumption expenditure of households;

• Division 14 Individual consumption expenditure of NPISH;

• Division 15 Individual consumption expenditure of general government.


The purpose breakdowns within Divisions 14 and 15 of COICOP 2018 replicate the purposes in the classifications for NPISH in COPNI and general government in COFOG. Thus, once the consumption expenditures of NPISHs and general government have been classified according to COPNI and COFOG, the individual consumption expenditures in these two classifications can be transferred directly into Divisions 14 and 15 of COICOP 2018.


Relation to CPC

The Central Product Classification (CPC) is closely linked with COICOP, since expenditures on products are the basic building blocks of COICOP classes, and correspondences can be established between categories in the two classifications.


Relation to ISCED

The International Standard Classification of Education (ISCED 2011) of the United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization (UNESCO) is used to define the breakdown of educational services in Division 10 (Education). The content of Division 10 was modified to better align it with ISCED 2011.


Relation to ICHA

Division 06 (Health) was considerably revised to improve the consistency of COICOP 2018 with the International classification for health accounts (ICHA). This will allow the reconciliation of health accounting with the SNA and its accompanying classifications.

Classification Structure

Level

Level Name

Code Format

Number of Items

Level 1

Section

00

15 items

Level 2

Division

0

63 items

Level 3

Group

0

186 items

Level 4

Class

0

338 items

Revision Information

Year Adopted: 2018

 

Previous version: COICOP 1999

 

Official Adopting Entity:

UN Statistical Commission

 

Coordinating Entity:

United Nations Expert Group on International Statistical Classifications

 

Reason for Latest Revision:

The new COICOP 2018 reflects the significant changes in goods and services in some areas, improves the links of COICOP to other classifications, and addresses emerging statistical and policy needs of several international organizations.

Contact Information

United Nations Statistics Division

Economic Statistics Branch

Classifications Hotline

Email:

chl@un.org

Fax:

+1 917 367 0135

Address:

United Nations Statistics Division

DC-2 15th Floor

2 UN Plaza

New York, NY 10017

International Standard Industrial Classification of All Economic Activities (ISIC) Revision 4

General information

Status

Operational

Website

https://unstats.un.org/unsd/classifications/Econ/isic

Custodian

United Nations Statistics Division

Year Adopted

2006

Year Published

2007

Availability

Available in ArabicChineseEnglishFrenchRussian and Spanish

Purpose of the Classification

Statistical Domain

Economic statistics

Purpose

The purpose of the International Standard Industrial Classification of All Economic Activities (ISIC) is to provide a set of activity categories that can be utilized for the collection and reporting of statistics according to such activities. Since the adoption of the original version of ISIC in 1948, ISIC has provided guidance to countries in developing national activity classifications and has become an important tool for comparing statistical data on economic activities at the international level. Wide use has been made of ISIC, both nationally and internationally, in classifying data according to kind of economic activity in the fields of economic and social statistics, such as for statistics on national accounts, demography of enterprises, employment and others.

Methodology

Concept Being Classified

Economic activities

Relationship

ISIC Rev. 4 - CPC Ver. 2.1

 

ISIC Rev. 4 - CPC Ver. 2

 

ISIC Rev. 4 - NACE Rev. 2

 

ISIC Rev. 4 - NAICS 2007

 

ISIC Rev. 4 - NAICS 2012

 

ISIC Rev. 4 - JSIC Rev. 13

Classification Structure

Level

Level Name

Code Format

Number of Items

Level 1

Section

A (one-letter alpha code  –  A to U

21 items

Level 2

Division

01

88 items

Level 3

Group

012

238 items

Level 4

Class

0123

420 items

Revision Information

Year Adopted: 2006

 

Previous version:

ISIC Revision 3.1 (2002)

https://unstats.un.org/unsd/classifications/Econ/ISIC#ISIC31

 

Correspondence Table ISIC Revision 3.1-Rev.4:

https://unstats.un.org/unsd/classifications/Family/Detail/27 

ISIC Revision 3 (1989)

https://unstats.un.org/unsd/classifications/Econ/ISIC#ISIC3

 

ISIC Revision 2 (1968)

https://unstats.un.org/unsd/classifications/Econ/ISIC#ISIC2

 

ISIC Revision 1 (1958)

https://unstats.un.org/unsd/classifications/Econ/ISIC#isic1

 

ISIC 1948

https://unstats.un.org/unsd/classifications/Econ/ISIC#ISIC0

 

Contact Information

United Nations Statistics Division

Economic Statistics Branch

Classifications Hotline

Email:

chl@un.org

Fax:

+1 917 367 0135

Address:

United Nations Statistics Division

DC-2 15th Floor

2 UN Plaza

New York, NY 10017

Harmonized Commodity Description and Coding System 2017 (HS 2017)

General information

Status

Operational

Website

http://www.wcoomd.org/en/topics/nomenclature/instrument-and-tools/hs-nomenclature-2017-edition/hs-nomenclature-2017-edition.aspx

Custodian

World Customs Organization

Year Adopted

2009

Year Published

2017 (Last revised)

Availability

English, French, German, Portuguese, Russian and Spanish

Purpose of the Classification

Statistical Domain

Economic statistics

Purpose

The Harmonized Commodity Description and Coding System generally referred to as 'Harmonized System' or simply 'HS' is a multipurpose international product nomenclature developed by the World Customs Organization (WCO). It comprises about 5,000 commodity groups; each identified by a six digit code, arranged in a legal and logical structure and is supported by well-defined rules to achieve uniform classification. The system is used by more than 200 countries and economies as a basis for their Customs tariffs and for the collection of international trade statistics. Over 98 % of the merchandise in international trade is classified in terms of the HS. The HS contributes to the harmonization of Customs and trade procedures, and the non-documentary trade data interchange in connection with such procedures, thus reducing the costs related to international trade. It is also extensively used by governments, international organizations and the private sector for many other purposes such as internal taxes, trade policies, monitoring of controlled goods, rules of origin, freight tariffs, transport statistics, price monitoring, quota controls, compilation of national accounts, and economic research and analysis. The HS is thus a universal economic language and code for goods, and an indispensable tool for international trade.

Main Users

Customs administrations and customs and/or economic unions; international organizations; importers/exporters/traders.

Methodology

Concept Being Classified

Goods

Relationship to Other International Classifications

HS 2012 - CPC Ver. 2.1

SITC Revision 4

SITC Revision 3

HS 2012 - SITC Rev.2

HS 2012 - SITC Rev.1

BEC Revision 4

Classification Structure

Level

Level Name

Code Format

Number of Items

Level 1

Section

IV

21 items

Level 2

Chapter

24

96 items

Level 3

4-digit heading

24.03

1 224 items

Level 4

6-digit subheading

2403.19

5 205 items

Revision Information

The latest revision, as well as the previous ones, were made on the basis of a permanent process, in order to keep the Harmonized System updated in light of developments in technology and changes in trade patterns.

 

In a press release dated 3 January 2012, issued at the occasion of the entry into force of the 5th edition of the Harmonized System Nomenclature, the main changes were described as follows : 'The 2012 version includes 220 sets of amendments: 98 relating to the agricultural sector; 27 to the chemical sector; 9 to the paper sector; 14 to the textile sector; 5 to the base metal sector; 30 to the machinery sector; and an additional 37 that apply to a variety of other sectors. Environmental and social issues are the major feature of these amendments, particularly the use of the HS as the standard for classifying and coding goods of specific importance to food security and the early warning data system of the Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations (FAO). HS 2012 also features new classification provisions for specific chemicals controlled under the Rotterdam Convention and ozone-depleting substances controlled under the Montreal Protocol to further respond to global environment protection efforts. Changing trade patterns too played a role in the new version as did efforts to simplify the HS, recognized universally as a multi-purpose tool and used extensively as a basis for Customs tariffs and for the collection of national and international trade statistics.

 

From the legal point of view, according to the International Convention on the Harmonized Commodity Description and Coding System, the Harmonized System is not amended between two successive editions (presently issued every 5 years). The amendments finalized during each review cycle are published as soon as they are agreed in the successive reports of the Review Sub-Committee (which met twice a year) and, subsequently, of the Harmonized System Committee (which met twice a year) as soon as they have been approved, under the status of “provisionally adopted amendments”. As far as the availability of information regarding scheduled corrections between two revisions is concerned, it should be noted that all the relevant working documents and reports (Harmonized System Committee / Review Sub-Committee / Scientific Sub-Committee) are available on our website – in electronic PDF format – to WCO Members (*) as soon as they have been issued. So, during a particular review cycle, the Members which are not attending HSC, RSC and SSC sessions on a regular basis are nevertheless informed about the development of the list of amendments agreed for further implementation.

(*) : Specific area within our web site, restricted to WCO Members (and some intergovernmental organizations, e.g. WTO) and accessible through a password.

Contact Information

World Customs Organization

Tariff and Trade Affairs Directorate

Director

Email:

hs@wcoomd.org

Website:

http://www.wcoomd.org

Address:

Rue du Marché, 30

B-1210 Brussels, Belgium

Standard International Trade Classification (SITC) Revision 4

General information

Status

Operational

Website

http://unstats.un.org/unsd/trade/sitcrev4.htm

Custodian

United Nations Statistics Division

Year Adopted

2006

Year Published

2006

Availability

Arabic, Chinese, English, French, Russian and Spanish

Purpose of the Classification

Statistical Domain

Economic statistics

Purpose

For compiling international trade statistics on all merchandise entering international trade, and to promote international comparability of international trade statistics. The commodity groupings of SITC reflect (a) the materials used in production, (b) the processing stage, (c) market practices and uses of the products, (d) the importance of the commodities in terms of world trade, and (e) technological changes.

Main Users

Data compilers, economists, researchers and market analysts, trade policy analyst

Methodology

Concept Being Classified

Goods

Relationship to Other International Classifications

HS 2012

basically the same The HS structure is foremost based on material composition of the goods, not so much the use of the goods

 

SITC Rev.4 - HS 2007

basically the same The HS structure is foremost based on material composition of the goods, not so much the use of the goods

 

BEC Revision 4

basically the same BEC is much more based on use than SITC

 

SITC Rev.4 - CPC Ver. 2

 

CPC covers not only goods but also services CPC goods part is similar to SITC, but contains only 5 main sections, whereas SITC is built on 10 main sections The concept of CPC goods differs mainly in respect to the classification of recorded media

 

SITC Rev.4 - ISIC

ISIC is activity based and not based on products

 

SITC Rev.4 - HS 2002

basically the same The HS structure is foremost based on material composition of the goods, not so much the use of the goods

 

HS 1996

basically the same The HS structure is foremost based on material composition of the goods, not so much the use of the goods

 

SITC Rev.4 - HS 1992

basically the same The HS structure is foremost based on material composition of the goods, not so much the use of the goods

 

SITC Rev. 4 - CN 2007

SITC Rev. 4 - CN 2008

SITC Rev. 4 - CN 2009

SITC Rev. 4 - CN 2010

SITC Rev. 4 - CN 2011

SITC Rev. 4 - CN 2012

SITC Rev. 4 - CN 2013

SITC Rev. 4 - CN 2014

SITC Rev. 4 - CN 2015

SITC Rev. 4 - CN 2016

Classification Structure

Level

Level Name

Code Format

Number of Items

Level 1

Section

0

9 items

Level 2

Division

01

67 items

Level 3

Group

012

262 items

Level 4

Sub-group

012.1

1023 items

Level 5

Heading

012.13

2970 items

Revision Information

 

Year Adopted:

SITC 1950

 


 

SITC Revised

1974

SITC Revision 2

1985

SITC Revision 3

http://unstats.un.org/unsd/cr/registry/regcst.asp?Cl=14

2006

SITC Revision 4

http://unstats.un.org/unsd/trade/sitcrev4.htm

http://unstats.un.org/unsd/trade/conversions/HS%20Correlation%20and%20Conversion%20tables.htm

http://unstats.un.org/unsd/trade/conversions/HS%20Correlation%20and%20Conversion%20tables.htm

 

Official Adopting Entity:

UN Statistical Commission

 

Coordinating Entity:

Inter-Agency Task Force on International Trade Statistics

 

Reason for Latest Revision:

Major change was updating of the most recent goods with up-to-date technology and current economic importance. SITC Rev 4 retains the overall structure of SITC, revision 3 and consists of the same number of sections and groups. The changes made were at the level of basic heading and some subgroups. It took into considerations changes in codes of HS88 (which SITC Rev.3 based on) and HS07 (which SITC Rev.4 based on)

Correspondence with Other Classifications

HS 2012

http://unstats.un.org/unsd/trade/conversions/HS%20Correlation%20and%20Conversion%20tables.htm

SITC Rev.4 - HS 2007

http://unstats.un.org/unsd/publication/SeriesM/SeriesM_34rev4E.pdf

BEC Revision 4

http://unstats.un.org/unsd/trade/conversions/HS%20Correlation%20and%20Conversion%20tables.htm

SITC Rev.4 - CPC Ver. 2

(link not available)

SITC Rev.4 - ISIC

http://unstats.un.org/unsd/trade/conversions/HS%20Correlation%20and%20Conversion%20tables.htm

SITC Rev.4 - HS 2002

http://unstats.un.org/unsd/trade/conversions/HS%20Correlation%20and%20Conversion%20tables.htm

HS 1996

http://unstats.un.org/unsd/trade/conversions/HS%20Correlation%20and%20Conversion%20tables.htm

SITC Rev.4 - HS 1992

SITC Rev. 4 - CN 2007

SITC Rev. 4 - CN 2008

SITC Rev. 4 - CN 2009

SITC Rev. 4 - CN 2010

SITC Rev. 4 - CN 2011

SITC Rev. 4 - CN 2012

SITC Rev. 4 - CN 2013

SITC Rev. 4 - CN 2014

SITC Rev. 4 - CN 2015

SITC Rev. 4 - CN 2016

Contact Information

United Nations Statistics Division

Trade Statistics Branch

UN Comtrade Hotline

Email:

comtrade@un.org

Classification of the Functions of Government (COFOG)

General information

Status

Operational

Website

https://unstats.un.org/unsd/classifications/Econ

Custodian

United Nations Statistics Division

Year Adopted

1999

Year Published

2000

Availability

Arabic, Chinese, English, French, Russian and Spanish

Purpose of the Classification

Statistical Domain

FAOSTAT Government Expenditure 

 

SDG Indicator 2.a.1 

Purpose

To classify the purpose of transactions such as outlays on final consumption expenditure, intermediate consumption, gross capital formation and capital and current transfers, by general government.

Methodology

Concept Being Classified

Government activities, expenditures, goods, services

Relationship to Other International Classifications

Major Differences (Scope, Structure, and Concepts):

ISIC Revision 3.1

Classification Structure

Level

Level Name

Code Format

Number of Items

Level 1

Divisions (two-digit)

-

x items

Level 2

Groups (three-digit)

-

x items

Level 3

Classes (four-digit)

-

x items

Revision Information

Chronology of revisions/versions of the classification:

 

Year Adopted:

1999

 

Title or Version Number:

COFOG

 

Website:                                          

https://unstats.un.org/unsd/classifications/Econ

 

Official Adopting Entity:

UN Statistical Commission

 

Coordinating Entity:

Organization for Economic Co-operation and Development

Contact Information

United Nations Statistics Division

Industrial and Energy Statistics Section

Email:

chl@un.org

Telephone:

+1 212 963 4600

Fax:

+1 212 963 0623 

Address:

United Nations Statistics Division

DC2-1414

2 UN Plaza

New York, NY 10017

General (including food and nutrition)

This section contains the main statistical guidelines and handbooks produced by FAO.

Documents listed under the general subject cover topics that are more overarching in nature and encompass several dimensions of the food and agriculture sector (in a broad sense). They include for example: broad conceptual frameworks (e.g. System of Environmental-Economic Accounts, SDG indicators, etc.), economic-related statistics and frameworks (e.g. food prices, costs of production, etc.), social-related statistics and frameworks (labour and employment, gender, etc.) and food and nutrition statistics and frameworks (e.g. food balance sheets, food loss, food consumption, food security and hunger, etc.).

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General (including food and nutrition)

This section contains the main technical reports, working papers and methodological documents produced by FAO. They include:

  • FAO Statistical Development Series
  • FAO Statistics Working Paper Series
  • Global Strategy to Improve Agricultural and Rural Statistics (GSARS) Technical Report and Working Paper Series
  • FAO methodological documents on the SDG indicators under its custodianship

Documents listed under the general subject cover topics that are more overarching in nature and encompass several dimensions of the food and agriculture sector (in a broad sense). They include for example: broad conceptual frameworks (e.g. System of Environmental-Economic Accounts, SDG indicators, etc.), economic-related statistics and frameworks (e.g. food prices, costs of production, etc.), social-related statistics and frameworks (labour and employment, gender, etc.) and food and nutrition statistics and frameworks (e.g. food balance sheets, food loss, food consumption, food security and hunger, etc.).

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General (including food and nutrition)

This section provides the main capacity development resources produced by FAO. They include:

  • Global Strategy to Improve Agricultural and Rural Statistics (GSARS) training materials
  • E-learning courses related to the SDG indicators under FAO custodianship
  • Other e-learning courses, training material or webinars.
Показатель ЦУР 6.4.1 - Динамика изменения эффективности водопользования

Abstract: Курс предоставляет руководство по обоснованию и основным характеристикам показателя 6.4.1, а также о том, как рассчитать два измерения, составляющих показатель: гидрологический и экономический компонент. В нем также освещаются возможные проблемы, связанные с доступностью данных, и влияние, которое результаты мониторинга могут оказать на принятие решений на национальном уровне и определение политики развития.

Lead authoring unit/office: FAO

E-learning course on SDG Indicator 2.c.1 - Food price anomalies (Russian)

Abstract:

Lead authoring unit/office: FAO

Показателю 14.b.1 достижения ЦУР - Обеспечение устойчивости маломасштабного рыболовства

Abstract: Данный курс разработан для того, чтобы помочь странам в их усилиях по сбору и анализу данных, а также по представлению отчетности по показателю 14.b.1 достижения ЦУР (Обеспечение устойчивости маломасштабного рыболовства: "Достигнутый странами прогресс с точки зрения степени применения нормативно-правовых/стратегических/институциональных рамок, обеспечивающих признание и защиту прав доступа мелких рыбопромысловых предприятий").    

Lead authoring unit/office: Канцелярия Главного статистика (OCS)

Agriculture

This section provides the main statistical classifications maintained and/or used by FAO.

FAOSTAT Commodity List (FCL)

General information

Status

Operational

Website

FAOSTAT commodity list (to be discontinued soon)

Custodian

http://www.fao.org/economic/ess/ess-standards/commodity/comm-chapters/en/  

Custodian

Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations

Year Published

1960's

Availability

English, French and Spanish

Purpose of the classification

Statistical Domain

Agriculture statistics

Purpose

FCL is a unique commodity tree-based classification established by FAO for the purpose of bringing together Agricultural Production and Trade data into the framework of Food Balance sheet and Commodity balances.

Main Applications

Agricultural statistics, agricultural censuses, Food Balance Sheets.

Main Users

FCL has been phased out and is currently used in the context of mapping CPC and HS classifications for internal purpose only.

Methodology

Scope

The FAOSTAT Commodity List (FCL) is the classification of food and agriculture commodities (originally 683 items grouped in 20 chapters) that has been used in FAOSTAT since the 1960s.

In the new FAOSTAT Statistical Working System, the FCL has been replaced by the Central Product Classification of the United Nations (CPC) expanded for agriculture, in order to ensure a better alignment with international standards.

Concept Being Classified

Crops, livestock and their derived products

Relationship to Other International Classifications

Related To:

Central Product Classification (CPC) Ver. 2.1

Harmonized Commodity Description and Coding System (HS) 2017

 

Major Differences (Scope, Structure, and Concepts):


Discrepancies can be noticed in structure, as the FCL follows the pattern of the so-called “commodity tree”, in which the parent item is the primary commodity (e.g. wheat) and the children items are its derived products (e.g. flour made from wheat).

Classification Structure

Level

Level Name

Code Format

Number of Items

Level 1

Groups

00

23 items

Level 2

Commodities

0000

776 items

Revision Information

Chronology of revisions/versions of the classification:

Previous version:

Definition and Classification of Commodities (1994)

(Available in English, French and Spanish

 

Official Adopting Entity:

Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations


Coordinating Entity:

Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations


Next Review:

N/A


Reason for Latest Revision:

Additional domains have been included.


Major Changes:

Pesticides, fertilizers and machineries commodities have been added.

Contact Information

Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations

Statistics Division (ESS)

Contact Name:

Salar Tayyib

Email:

fcl-database@fao.org

Telephone:

+39 06570 52548

Address:

Viale delle Terme di Caracalla, 1

00153 Rome, Italy

Classification of livestock for the agricultural census

General information

Status

Operational

Website

http://www.fao.org/3/a-i4913e.pdf

Custodian

Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations

Year Published

2015

Availability

Arabic, Chinese, English, French, Russian and Spanish

Purpose of the Classification

Statistical Domain

Agriculture statistics

Purpose

The classification of livestock covers all livestock of any type being raised on the holding; livestock refers to all animals, birds and insects kept or reared in captivity mainly for agricultural purposes (domestic animals such as cats and dogs are excluded, unless they are being raised for food or other agricultural purposes).

Main Applications

Agricultural statistics and agricultural censuses

Main Users

Ministries of Agriculture and National Statistical Offices carrying out agricultural censuses

Methodology

Scope

The classification of livestock covers all livestock of any type being raised on the holding; livestock refers to all animals, birds and insects kept or reared in captivity mainly for agricultural purposes (domestic animals such as cats and dogs are excluded, unless they are being raised for food or other agricultural purposes). The animals raised include those present on the holding, as well as those being grazed on communal grazing land or in transit at the time of enumeration; bees are counted in terms of number of hives. A holding raises an animal if it has primary responsibility for looking after the animal on a long-term basis and making day-to-day decisions about its use, regardless of ownership. If countries wish to subdivide a livestock type by breed or raising method, they may expand the classification accordingly.

Concept Being Classified

Goods, animals

Relationship to Other International Classifications

Related To:

Classification of livestock - Central Product Classification (CPC) Ver. 2.1

 

Major Differences (Scope, Structure, and Concepts):

No major differences; however, differently from livestock in CPC, this classification is focused on the livestock raised on the holding exclusively. This results in only minor differences as compared to CPC in its structure. The classification of livestock has a two-level structure. No major differences.

Classification Structure

Level

Level Name

Code Format

Number of Items

Level 1

Group

0

8 items

Level 2

Class

00

26 items

Revision Information

Chronology of revisions/versions of the classification:

 

Website:

http://www.fao.org/3/a-i4913e.pdf

 

Official Adopting Entity:

Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations

 

Coordinating Entity:

Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations

 

Next Review:

2025

 

Reason for Latest Revision:

The revision took place as part of the WCA periodical review; the aim was to enhance harmonization with the latest CPC Ver.2.1.

 

Major Changes:

Higher harmonization with CPC.

Contact Information

Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations

Statistics Division (ESS)

Contact Name:

Jairo Castano

Email:

jairo.castano@fao.org

Telephone:

+39 06 570 55166

Address:

Viale delle Terme di Caracalla, 1

00153 Rome, Italy

Classification of machinery and equipment for the agricultural census

General information

Status

Operational

Website

http://www.fao.org/3/a-i4913e.pdf

Custodian

Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations

Year Published

2015

Availability

ArabicChineseEnglishFrenchRussian and Spanish

Purpose of the Classification

Statistical Domain

Agriculture statistics

Purpose

The WCA classification of machinery and equipment classifies machinery and equipment (manually operated, animal-powered and machine-powered) used on the holding, wholly or partly for agricultural production (machinery and equipment used exclusively for purposes other than agricultural production are excluded, as well as those owned by the holder but not used). A broad concept of machinery and equipment is used for the agricultural census, covering all machinery, equipment and implements used as inputs to agricultural production (including everything from simple hand tools, such as a hoe, to complex machinery such as a combine harvester).

Main Applications

Agricultural statistics and agricultural censuses

Main Users

Ministries of Agriculture and National Statistical Offices carrying out agricultural censuses

Methodology

Scope

Machinery and equipment (manually operated, animal-powered and machine-powered) used on the agricultural holding.

Concept Being Classified

Goods, equipment

Relationship to Other International Classifications

Related To:

HS 2012

 

Major Differences (Scope, Structure, and Concepts):

Machinery in the HS is the most relevant for international trade while in this classification is the machinery and equipment most used on the holding therefore it is often more detailed than the HS. Three-digits (and three-level) structure in the Classification of Machinery and Equipment vs six-digit structure in the HS. The high level categories in the WCA livestock classification (groups) do not exist in the HS; lower level subclasses in links to the HS are 1:1 but at different level (can be at six or four digits).

Classification Structure

Level

Level Name

Code Format

Number of Items

Level 1

Group

0

3 items

Level 2

Class

00

5 items (including group levels without 2 digit codes: 7 items)

Level 3

Subclass

000

4 items (including group levels without 2 or 3 digit codes: 10 items)

Revision Information

Website:

http://www.fao.org/3/a-i4913e.pdf

 

Official Adopting Entity:

Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations

 

Coordinating Entity:

Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations

 

Next Review:

2025

 

Reason for Latest Revision:

The revision took place as part of the WCA periodical review; the aim was to inhance harmonization with the latest HS 2012.

 

Major Changes:

Minor changes: additional detail and higher harmonization with HS.

Correspondence with Other Classifications

 

Coding Index Available: 

No

Correspondence with Other Classifications:

 

Classification:

HS 2012

 

Correspondence Table: 

http://www.fao.org/3/a-i4913e.pdf

Contact Information

Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations

Statistics Division (ESS)

Contact Name:

Jairo Castano

Email:

jairo.castano@fao.org

Telephone:

+39 06 570 55166

Address:

Viale delle Terme di Caracalla, 1

00153 Rome, Italy

Indicative Crop Classification for the agricultural census (ICC) Version 1.1

General information

Status

Operational

Website

http://www.fao.org/3/a-i4913e.pdf

Custodian

Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations

Year Published

2015

Availability

ArabicChineseEnglishFrenchRussian and Spanish

Purpose of the Classification

Statistical Domain

Agriculture statistics

Purpose

This classification classifies crops growing in the agricultural holding.

Main Applications

Agricultural statistics and agricultural censuses.

Main Users

Ministries of Agriculture and National Statistical Offices

Methodology

Scope

ICC classifies crops growing in the agricultural holding.

Concept Being Classified

Goods, plants

Relationship to Other International Classifications

Related To:

Central Product Classification Ver.2.1

Indicative crop classification 1.1

 

Major Differences (Scope, Structure, and Concepts):

The key difference between product and crop classifications is that the ICC refers to crops that are grown in the field (i.e. to the plant), while the CPC refers to the product(s) generated from that crop; for example, “mustard” is an oilseed crop, whereas “mustard seed” is the oilseed product. ICC has four level structure and seven-digit codes. However, both high level and detailed categories are highly harmonized with CPC. No major difference.

Classification Structure

Level

Level Name

Code Format

Number of Items

Level 1

Group

0

9 items

Level 2

Class

0.00

63 items

Level 3

Sub-class

0.00.00

110 items

Level 4

Order

0.00.00.00

27 items

Revision Information

Chronology of revisions/versions of the classification:

 

Title or Version Number:

ICC Version 1.1

 

Website:

http://www.fao.org/3/a-i4913e.pdf

Indicative Crop Classification 1.0

http://www.fao.org/3/a-i4913e.pdf

 

Official Adopting Entity:

Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations

 

Coordinating Entity:

Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations

 

Next Review:

2025

 

Reason for Latest Revision:

The revision took place as part of the WCA periodical review; the aim was to enhance harmonization with the latest CPC Ver.2.1.

 

Major Changes:

Higher harmonization with Central Product Classification (CPC) Ver. 2.1, additional detail, revised codes.

 

Updates:

In the World Programme for the Census of Agriculture 2020. Volume I: Programme, concepts and definitions, a correspondence table is available between the current Ver.1.1 and the past version 1.0.

Contact Information

Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations

Statistics Division (ESS)

Contact Name:

Jairo Castano

Email:

jairo.castano@fao.org

Telephone:

+39 06 570 55166

Address:

Viale delle Terme di Caracalla, 10

0153 Rome, Italy

Agriculture

This section contains the main statistical guidelines and handbooks produced by FAO.

Documents listed under the agriculture subject cover topics such as Integrated agricultural survey programme (e.g. Master Sampling Frames, AGRISurvey, etc.), Agricultural Census and statistics and frameworks specific to crops, livestock and livestock products. 

Программа всемирной cельскохозяйственной переписи 2020 года - Том 2 Практические аспекты проведения переписи.

Abstract: С 1945 года ФАО оказывает поддержку государствам-членам в проведении национальных сельскохозяйственных переписей – путем разработки и распространения международных стандартов, понятий, определений и методологий, а также посредством оказания технической помощи. В 2015 году ФАО опубликовала Том 1 Программы всемирной сельскохозяйственной переписи 2020 года (ВСП-2020) под названием «Программа, понятия и определения» – десятую десятилетнюю программу, в которой содержатся руководящие принципы проведения национальных сельскохозяйственных переписей в десятилетний период с 2016 по 2025 год. Том 1 посвящен методологическим и концептуальным аспектам сельскохозяйственной переписи.

Lead authoring unit/office: Отдел статистики (ESS)

Agriculture

This section contains the main technical reports, working papers and methodological documents produced by FAO. They include:

  • FAO Statistical Development Series (agricultural census methods and standards, sample survey methods for agricultural surveys, the world census of agriculture and the system of economic accounts for food and agriculture);
  • FAO Statistics Working Paper Series (preliminary methodological and technical notes);
  • Global Strategy to Improve Agricultural and Rural Statistics (GSARS) Technical Report and Working Paper Series.

Documents listed under the agriculture subject cover topics such as Integrated agricultural survey programme (e.g. Master Sampling Frames, AGRISurvey, etc.), Agricultural Census and statistics and frameworks specific to crops, livestock and livestock products. 

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Agriculture

This section provides the main capacity development resources produced by FAO. They include:

  • Global Strategy to Improve Agricultural and Rural Statistics (GSARS) training materials
  • Other e-learning courses, training material or webinars.
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Forestry

This section provides the main statistical classifications maintained and/or used by FAO.

Classification of Forest Products

General information

Status

Operational

Website

http://www.fao.org/forestry/statistics/80572/en/

Custodian

Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations 

Year Adopted

1981

Year Published

1982

Availability

Arabic, Chinese, English, French, Russian and Spanish

Purpose of the Classification

Statistical Domain

Forestry statistics

Purpose

This classification is designed to cover the wood and wood-based products for which Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations (FAO) and United Nations Economic Commission for Europe (UNECE) collect statistics on a regular basis. Included is wood taken from forests or from trees outside the forest, bark and cork; charcoal; wood and wood-based materials resulting from the first processing of the wood available from forest operations (including sawnwood, railway sleepers, veneer sheets, wood pulp and wood residues); and materials resulting from further processing of some of these materials (e.g. wood-based panels, paper and paperboard); recovered paper and recoverable wood products.

Main Users

Users of datasets on forest products disseminated by international organizations (FAOSTAT, UNECE's Timber database).

Methodology

Concept Being Classified

Goods

Relationships to Other International Classifications

Classification of Forest Products - SITC Rev.2

Classification of Forest Products - Harmonized System (HS)

Classification of Forest Products - Customs Cooperation Council Nomenclature for the Classification of Goods in Customs Tariffs (CCCN)

Classification of Forest Products - International Standard Industrial Classification of All Economic Activities (ISIC)

Classification of Forest Products - UN Classification by Broad Economic Categories (BEC)

Classification Structure

Level

Level Name

Code Format

Number of Items

Level 1

Section

0

9 items

Level 2

Division

01

67 items

Level 3

Group

012

262

Level 4

Subgroup

012.1

1023 items

Level 5

Heading

012.13

2970 items

Revision Information

Year Adopted:

1950

 

Title or Version Number:

SITC 1950

 

Website:

http://unstats.un.org/unsd/cr/registry/regdntransfer.asp?f=263

-

SITC Revised

1974

SITC Revision 2

http://unstats.un.org/unsd/cr/registry/regdntransfer.asp?f=221

1985

SITC Revision 3

http://unstats.un.org/unsd/cr/registry/regcst.asp?Cl=14

2006

SITC Revision 4

http://unstats.un.org/unsd/trade/sitcrev4.htm

http://unstats.un.org/unsd/trade/conversions/HS%20Correlation%20and%20Conversion%20tables.htm

http://unstats.un.org/unsd/trade/conversions/HS%20Correlation%20and%20Conversion%20tables.htm

http://unstats.un.org/unsd/cr/registry/regdntransfer.asp?f=259

 

Official Adopting Entity:

UN Statistical Commission

 

Coordinating Entity:

Inter-Agency Task Force on International Trade Statistics

 

Reason for Latest Revision:

Major change was updating of the most recent goods with up-to-date technology and current economic importance. SITC Rev 4 retains the overall structure of SITC, revision 3 and consists of the same number of sections and groups. The changes made were at the level of basic heading and some subgroups. It took into considerations changes in codes of HS88 (which SITC Rev.3 based on) and HS07 (which SITC Rev.4 based on)

Correspondence with Other Classifications

HS 2012

http://unstats.un.org/unsd/trade/conversions/HS%20Correlation%20and%20Conversion%20tables.htm

SITC Rev.4 - HS 2007

http://unstats.un.org/unsd/publication/SeriesM/SeriesM_34rev4E.pdf

BEC Revision 4

http://unstats.un.org/unsd/trade/conversions/HS%20Correlation%20and%20Conversion%20tables.htm

SITC Rev.4 - CPC Ver. 2

http://unstats.un.org/unsd/cr/registry/regso.asp?Ci=69&Lg=1

SITC Rev.4 - ISIC

http://unstats.un.org/unsd/trade/conversions/HS%20Correlation%20and%20Conversion%20tables.htm

SITC Rev.4 - HS 2002

http://unstats.un.org/unsd/trade/conversions/HS%20Correlation%20and%20Conversion%20tables.htm

HS 1996

http://unstats.un.org/unsd/trade/conversions/HS%20Correlation%20and%20Conversion%20tables.htm

SITC Rev.4 - HS 1992

http://unstats.un.org/unsd/trade/conversions/HS%20Correlation%20and%20Conversion%20tables.htm

SITC Rev. 4 - CN 2007

http://ec.europa.eu/eurostat/ramon/other_documents/combined%20nomenclature/conversion_tables/SITC4_CN07.zip

SITC Rev. 4 - CN 2008

http://ec.europa.eu/eurostat/ramon/other_documents/combined%20nomenclature/conversion_tables/CN08_SITC4.zip

SITC Rev. 4 - CN 2009

http://ec.europa.eu/eurostat/ramon/other_documents/combined%20nomenclature/conversion_tables/cn09_sitc4.zip

SITC Rev. 4 - CN 2010

http://ec.europa.eu/eurostat/ramon/other_documents/combined%20nomenclature/conversion_tables/CN2010_SITC4.zip

SITC Rev. 4 - CN 2011

http://ec.europa.eu/eurostat/ramon/other_documents/combined%20nomenclature/conversion_tables/CN2011_SITC4.zip

SITC Rev. 4 - CN 2012

http://ec.europa.eu/eurostat/ramon/other_documents/combined%20nomenclature/conversion_tables/CN2012_SITC4.zip

SITC Rev. 4 - CN 2013

http://ec.europa.eu/eurostat/ramon/other_documents/combined%20nomenclature/conversion_tables/CN2013_SITC4.zip

SITC Rev. 4 - CN 2014

http://ec.europa.eu/eurostat/ramon/other_documents/combined%20nomenclature/conversion_tables/CN2014_SITC4.zip

SITC Rev. 4 - CN 2015

http://ec.europa.eu/eurostat/ramon/other_documents/combined%20nomenclature/conversion_tables/CN2015_SITC4.zip

SITC Rev. 4 - CN 2016

http://ec.europa.eu/eurostat/ramon/documents/cn_2016/CN2016_SITC4.zip

Classification Structure

Level

Level Name

Code Format

Number of Items

Level 1

Group

1

10 items

Level 2

N/A

11

32 items

Level 3

N/A

111

71 items

Level 4

N/A

1111

140 items

Level 5

N/A

11111

169 items

Revision Information

Chronology of revisions/versions of the classification:

Year Adopted:

1981

 

Website:

http://www.fao.org/forestry/statistics/80572/en/

 

Official Adopting Entity:

Joint FAO/ECE Working Party on Forest Economics and Statistics

 

Coordinating Entity:

Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations

 

Next Review:

2016

 

Reason for Latest Revision:

In 1979 the Joint FAO/ECE Working Party on Forest Economics and Statistics recommended that the classification should be brought up to date to take account of revisions of the Standard International Trade Classification, the work of the Customs Cooperation Council on a harmonized commodity description and coding system, and to take account of changes in technology, industry and trade practice and the appearance of new products. It was also recommended that this revision should ensure that the needs of all regions of the world are accommodated.

 

Major Changes:

The 1982 revision included cross-references to SITC and HS. The classifications has not been revised since 1982.

Contact Information

Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations

Unit:

Statistics Division

Contact Name:

José Rosero Moncayo

Email:

ESS-Director@fao.org

Address:

Viale delle Terme di Caracalla 00153 Rome Italy

Joint Forest Sector Questionnaire Definitions

General information

Status

Operational

Website

http://www.fao.org/forestry/statistics/80572/en/

Custodian

Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations 

Year Adopted

1981

Year Published

1982

Availability

Arabic, Chinese, English, French, Russian and Spanish

Purpose of the Classification

Statistical Domain

Forestry statistics

Purpose

This classification is designed to cover the wood and wood-based products for which Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations (FAO) and United Nations Economic Commission for Europe (UNECE) collect statistics on a regular basis. Included is wood taken from forests or from trees outside the forest, bark and cork; charcoal; wood and wood-based materials resulting from the first processing of the wood available from forest operations (including sawnwood, railway sleepers, veneer sheets, wood pulp and wood residues); and materials resulting from further processing of some of these materials (e.g. wood-based panels, paper and paperboard); recovered paper and recoverable wood products.

Main Users

Users of datasets on forest products disseminated by international organizations (FAOSTAT, UNECE's Timber database).

Methodology

Concept Being Classified

Goods

Relationships to Other International Classifications

Classification of Forest Products - SITC Rev.2

Classification of Forest Products - Harmonized System (HS)

Classification of Forest Products - Customs Cooperation Council Nomenclature for the Classification of Goods in Customs Tariffs (CCCN)

Classification of Forest Products - International Standard Industrial Classification of All Economic Activities (ISIC)

Classification of Forest Products - UN Classification by Broad Economic Categories (BEC)

Classification Structure

Level

Level Name

Code Format

Number of Items

Level 1

Section

0

9 items

Level 2

Division

01

67 items

Level 3

Group

012

262 items

Level 4

Subgroup

012.1

1023 items

Level 5

Heading

012.13

2970 items

Revision

Information

Year Adopted:

1950

 

Title or Version Number:

SITC 1950

 

Website:

http://unstats.un.org/unsd/cr/registry/regdntransfer.asp?f=263

 

Official Adopting Entity:

UN Statistical Commission

 

Coordinating Entity:

Inter-Agency Task Force on International Trade Statistics

 

Reason for Latest Revision:

Major change was updating of the most recent goods with up-to-date technology and current economic importance. SITC Rev 4 retains the overall structure of SITC, revision 3 and consists of the same number of sections and groups. The changes made were at the level of basic heading and some subgroups. It took into considerations changes in codes of HS88 (which SITC Rev.3 based on) and HS07 (which SITC Rev.4 based on)

 

Official Adopting Entity:

UN Statistical Commission

 

Coordinating Entity:

Inter-Agency Task Force on International Trade Statistics

 

Reason for Latest Revision:

Major change was updating of the most recent goods with up-to-date technology and current economic importance. SITC Rev 4 retains the overall structure of SITC, revision 3 and consists of the same number of sections and groups. The changes made were at the level of basic heading and some subgroups. It took into considerations changes in codes of HS88 (which SITC Rev.3 based on) and HS07 (which SITC Rev.4 based on)

Classification Structure

Level

Level Name

Code Format

Number of Items

Level 1

Group

1

10 items

Level 2

N/A

11

32 items

Level 3

N/A

111

71 items

Level 4

N/A

1111

140 items

Level 5

N/A

11111

169 items

Revision Information

Chronology of revisions/versions of the classification:

 

Year Adopted:

1981

 

Website:

http://www.fao.org/forestry/statistics/80572/en/

 

Official Adopting Entity:

Joint FAO/ECE Working Party on Forest Economics and Statistics

 

Coordinating Entity:

Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations

 

Next Review:

2016

 

Reason for Latest Revision:

In 1979 the Joint FAO/ECE Working Party on Forest Economics and Statistics recommended that the classification should be brought up to date to take account of revisions of the Standard International Trade Classification, the work of the Customs Cooperation Council on a harmonized commodity description and coding system, and to take account of changes in technology, industry and trade practice and the appearance of new products. It was also recommended that this revision should ensure that the needs of all regions of the world are accommodated.

 

Major Changes:

The 1982 revision included cross-references to SITC and HS. The classifications has not been revised since 1982.

Contact Information

Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations

Unit:

Statistics Division

Contact Name:

José Rosero Moncayo

Email:

ESS-Director@fao.org

Telephone:

(+39) 06 5705 3599

Fax:

(+39) 06 5705 5615

Address:

Viale delle Terme di Caracalla, 00153 Rome, Italy

Forestry

This section contains the main statistical guidelines and handbooks produced by FAO. They include:

  • Global Forest Resources Assessment (FRA) guidelines 
  • Global Strategy to Improve Agricultural and Rural Statistics (GSARS) Guidelines and handbooks series.

Documents listed under the forestry subject include topics related to forest and forest products, forestry production and development, forestry-related statistics and sustainable forest management.

Глобальная оценка лесных ресурсов Термины и определения ОЛР–2020

Abstract: В данном документе приводится полный список терминов и определений, а также пояснения отчетных показателей по ОЛР-2020.  

Lead authoring unit/office: Отдел лесного хозяйства (NFO)

Глобальная оценка лесных ресурсов ОЛР-2020 Руководство и спецификации

Abstract: В данном документе приводится информация о подготовке страновых докладов, в том числе вводная информация о новой онлайновой платформе отчетности для ОЛР-2020.

Lead authoring unit/office: Отдел лесного хозяйства (NFO)

Forestry

This section contains the main technical reports, working papers and methodological documents produced by FAO. They include:

  • Global Strategy to Improve Agricultural and Rural Statistics (GSARS) Technical Report and Working Paper Series.

Documents listed under the forestry subject include topics related to forest and forest products, forestry production and development, forestry-related statistics and sustainable forest management.

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Forestry

This section provides the main capacity development resources produced by FAO. They include:

  • Global Strategy to Improve Agricultural and Rural Statistics (GSARS) training materials
  • Other e-learning courses, training material or webinars.
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Fishery and Aquaculture

This section provides the main statistical classifications maintained and/or used by FAO.

FAO Major Fishing Areas for statistical purposes

General information

Status

Operational

Website

http://www.fao.org/cwp-on-fishery-statistics/handbook/general-concepts/major-fishing-areas-general/en/

and

http://www.fao.org/cwp-on-fishery-statistics/handbook/general-concepts/fishing-areas-for-statistical-purposes/en/

Custodian

Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations (Secretariat of the Coordinating Working Party on Fishery Statistics)

Availability

Arabic, Chinese, English, French, Russian and Spanish

Purpose of the Classification

Statistical Domain

Fishery and aquaculture statistics

Purpose

For statistical purposes, particularly for reporting fishery and aquaculture production. FAO Major Fishing Areas for Statistical Purposes are arbitrary areas, the boundaries of which have been determined in consultation with international fishery agencies. The rationale of the FAO Major Fishing Areas has been that the areas should, as far as possible, coincide with the areas of competence of other fishery commissions when existing. This system facilitates comparison of data, and improves the possibilities of cooperation in statistical matters in general.

Main Applications

To classify capture fisheries and aquaculture production by areas where the fish is caught or harvested. When establishing new regional fishery bodies, FAO Major Areas often becomes a basis to determine the scope of their jurisdiction.

Main Users

FAO, national fishery and aquaculture statistical offices, international organizations, regional fisheries bodies

Methodology

Scope

Global

Concept Being Classified

Geographic areas

Statistical Units

Fishing area

Classification Structure

Level

Level Name

Code Format

Number of Items

Level 1

Major Area

xx

26 items

Level 2

Subarea

xx.x

n/a items

Level 3

Divisions

xx.x.x

n/a items

Level 4

Subdivisions

xx.x.xx

n/a items

Criteria for Definition of Levels

The FAO Major Fishing Areas for Statistical Purposes are arbitrary areas the boundaries of which were determined in consultation with international fishery agencies on the basis of various considerations, including: the boundary of natural regions and the natural divisions of oceans and seas; the boundaries of adjacent statistical fisheries bodies that had already been established in intergovernmental conventions and treaties; existing national practices; national boundaries; the longitude and latitude grid system; the distribution of the aquatic fauna; the distribution of resources and the environmental conditions within an area.

For statistical purposes, 26 major areas currently exist. These comprise:  seven major inland areas covering the inland waters of the continents and 19 major marine areas covering the waters of the Atlantic, Indian, Pacific and Southern Oceans, with their adjacent seas. Until 1990, another area existed for inland area “Former USSR area”.

Some FAO major marine areas are further divided into subareas, divisions and subdivisions, according to the needs of the regional fishery management bodies responsible for managing the fisheries and fishery resources of the individual FAO Major Areas. These systems of subareas, divisions and subdivisions have been successfully developed and implemented by relevant regional fishery bodies; any modifications are duly reported to CWP.

Revision Information

Chronology of revisions/versions of the classification:

 

Websites:

http://www.fao.org/cwp-on-fishery-statistics/handbook/general-concepts/major-fishing-areas-general/en/

and

http://www.fao.org/cwp-on-fishery-statistics/handbook/general-concepts/fishing-areas-for-statistical-purposes/en/


Official Adopting Entity:

Coordinating Working Party on Fishery Statistics

 

Coordinating Entity:

Coordinating Working Party on Fishery Statistics

 

Documenting Website:

http://www.fao.org/fishery/area/search/en

 

Reason for Latest Revision:

Member requested revisions

 

Major Changes:

No major changes

Contact Information

Coordinating Working Party on Fishery Statistics

FAO Statistics and Information Branch (FIAS), Fisheries Division (NFI)

Contact Name:

Stefania Vannuccini

Email:

CWP-Secretariat@fao.org

Address:

FAO Room F-202 Viale delle Terme di Caracalla, 00153 Rome, Italy 

ASFIS List of Species for Fishery Statistics Purposes (ASFIS)

General information

Status

Operational

Website

http://www.fao.org/fishery/collection/asfis/en

Custodian

Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations (Secretariat of the Coordinating Working Party on Fishery Statistics)

Year Adopted

2000

Year Published

First version (2002); Last version (2019)

Availability

Arabic, Chinese, English, French, Russian and Spanish

Purpose of the Classification

Statistical Domain

Fishery and aquaculture statistics

Purpose

Please note that this is a list, not a classification. ASFIS is a list of species used to classify fisheries and aquaculture data at either the species, genus, family or higher taxonomic levels in statistical categories referred to as species items.

Main Applications

Classifying aquaculture and fisheries data by species items. Used by countries, regional and international organizations when reporting and exchanging information.

Main Users

FAO, national fishery and aquaculture statistical offices, international organizations, regional fisheries bodies

Methodology

Scope

To classify fisheries and aquaculture species items by an ISSCAAP code, a taxonomic code, a 3-alpha code, a scientific name, taxonomic classification at family and at a higher taxonomic level.

Concept Being Classified

Goods, aquatic animals

Statistical Units

Species item

Relationship to Other International Classifications

Related To:

International Standard Statistical Classification for Aquatic Animals and Plants (ISSCAAP)

Classification Structure

Level

Level Name

Code Format

Number of Items

Level 1

Scientific Name+English Name+French Name+Spanish Name+Arabic Name+Chinese Name+Russian Name

ISSCAAP code: 123 + 3-alpha code: ABC

+ taxonomic code: 1234567890 

+taxonomic information

12 771 items (2019 version)

Criteria for Definition of Levels

ASFIS is a list of species that includes 12 771 species items (2019 version), selected on the basis of their interest or relation to fisheries and aquaculture. For each species item stored in a record, the following descriptors are available:

  • 3-alpha code has been developed by the CWP and it is assigned to a species item permanently (it is, thus, a permanent reference to that species item). The 3-alpha code is issued only for species of commercial significance and it is widely used for exchange of data among fisheries agencies and for national submission of data to FAO and other agencies. FAO is the depository agency for the 3-alpha codes: requests for information and for the allocation of a 3-alpha code to new species should be addressed to FAO.


  • ISSCAAP code classifies aquatic commercial species on the basis of their taxonomic, ecological and economic characteristics. More information is available under ISSCAAP classification.


  • Taxonomic code is a ten-digit numerical code covering the following information: main groupings, orders, families, genera and species. In a few special cases, three additional digits have been added.


  • Taxonomic information related to scientific name, author(s), family, and higher taxonomic classification.

Revision Information

Chronology of revisions/versions of the classification:


Title or Version Number:

ASFIS 2019  


Website:

http://www.fao.org/fishery/collection/asfis/en


Official Adopting Entity:

Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations (FAO)


Coordinating Entity:

FAO - Statistics and Information Branch (FIAS), Fisheries Division (NFI)

Next Review:

2020. An updated version of the ASFIS List is released each year at about April-May after the annual closure of the FAO capture and aquaculture production databases.


Reason for Latest Revision:

Additions of new species for which statistics became available and/or due to changes in the scientific names and taxonomic classifications proposed in the scientific literature by taxonomists.

 

Major Changes:

Minor changes are generally implemented in every annual release. The approach followed is that in case of changes of scientific names and creation of new species proposed in the scientific literature by taxonomists, they are included in the ASFIS list only when such changes have been recognized by the majority of taxonomists and are well consolidated among people dealing with fishery matters and, in particular, fishery statistics.

Contact Information


Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations

Fisheries Division (NFI)

Contact Name:

Stefania Savoré

Email:

Fish-Statistics-Inquiries@fao.org

Website:

http://www.fao.org/cwp-on-fishery-statistics/handbook/general-concepts/identifiers-for-aquatic-animals-and-plants/en/

Fax:

+39 06 57052476

Address:

Viale delle Terme di Caracalla, 00153 Rome, Italy

International Standard Statistical Classification for Aquatic Animals and Plants (ISSCAAP)

General information

Status

Operational

Website

http://www.fao.org/fishery/static/ASFIS/ISSCAAP.pdf

Custodian

Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations (Secretariat of the Coordinating Working Party on Fishery Statistics)

Year Adopted

1969

Year Published

2001

Availability

English, French and Spanish

Purpose of the Classification

Statistical Domain

Fishery and aquaculture statistics

Purpose

ISSCAAP classifies aquatic commercial species into 50 groups and nine divisions on the basis of their taxonomic, ecological and economic characteristics.

Currently, all species in the ASFIS List are classified by ISSCAAP group, with the exception of marine birds and snakes.

Main Applications

For aggregating aquatic species on the basis of their taxonomic, ecological and economic characteristics.

It also serves as a) a framework for compilation and presentation of statistics on fishery and aquaculture production and trade; b) aggregates and elements for analyses; c) a set of elements (or building blocks) suitable for rearrangement or expansion for special studies or for special purpose classification systems

Main Users

FAO, national fishery and aquaculture statistical offices, international organizations, regional fisheries bodies and users of the FAO Fishery and aquaculture statistics.

Methodology

Scope

ISSCAAP classifies aquatic commercial species into 50 groups and nine divisions on the basis of their taxonomic, ecological and economic characteristics. 

Concept Being Classified

Goods, animals

Statistical Units

Species

Relationship to Other International Classifications

Related To:

ASFIS list

Classification Structure

Level

Level Name

Code Format

Number of Items

Level 1

Division

0

9 items

Level 2

Group

00

50 items

Criteria for Definition of Levels

The ISSCAAP comprises 50 groups under nine divisions. The first eight divisions are dedicated to major groups of marine and freshwater animals, the ninth division is for aquatic plants. Species are classified by these groups and divisions on the basis of their taxonomic, ecological and economic characteristics.

Revision Information

Chronology of revisions/versions of the classification:


Title or Version Number:

2001


Website:

http://www.fao.org/fishery/static/ASFIS/ISSCAAP.pdf


Official Adopting Entity:

Coordinating Working Party on Fishery Statistics


Coordinating Entity:

FAO as Secretariat of CWP


Next Review:

Under discussion at CWP - dates not fixed yet.

 

Reason for Latest Revision:

For the 2001 version, to better classify demersal and pelagic species and refine the coverage of some of the groups

 

Major Changes:

Modification of three main groups “Miscellaneous demersal fishes”, “Miscellaneous coastal fishes” and “Miscellaneous pelagic fishes”

Contact Information

Coordinating Working Party on Fishery Statistics

FAO FIAS, Fisheries Division (NFI)

Contact Name:

Stefania Vannuccini

Email:

CWP-Secretariat@fao.org

Website:

http://www.fao.org/cwp-on-fishery-statistics/handbook

Address:

Viale delle Terme di Caracalla, 1

00153 Rome, Italy

International Standard Statistical Classification of Fishery Commodities (ISSCFC)

General information

Status

Operational

Website

http://www.fao.org/3/a-bt967e.pdf

Custodian

Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations (Secretariat of the Coordinating Working Party on Fishery Statistics)

Year Adopted

1965

Year Published

2019

Availability

English, French and Spanish

Purpose of the Classification

Statistical Domain

Fishery and aquaculture statistics

Purpose

This classification is designed to cover the products derived from fish, crustaceans, molluscs, other aquatic animals and plants for which the Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations (FAO) collects national statistics on production and trade on a regular basis. It includes live species as well products resulting from further processing of species destined to human consumption or to other purposes including ornamental.

Main Applications


For collection and dissemination of fisheries commodities production and trade statistics by FAO. One basic purpose of the classification system for fish and fishery products was to improve presentation of comparability of statistics of different types collected from a wide range of sources. It also serves as: a) a basis for statistical collection procedures; b) a framework for compilation and presentation of statistics; c) aggregates and elements for analyses; d) a set of elements (or building blocks) suitable for rearrangement or expansion for special studies or for special purpose classification systems.

Main Users

Users of the FAO Fisheries commodities production and trade statistics and Fishery statistical offices.

Methodology

Scope

The ISSCFC classification is designed to cover fish, crustaceans, molluscs, other aquatic animals, plants and their based products for which FAO collects production and trade statistics on a regular basis. Products are classified according to the species and to the degree of processing. It also includes species for ornamental purposes, for culture (i.e. fingerlins, fry, etc), corals, sponges, residues, seaweeds and other algae. At present, it does not include aquatic mammals, frogs and crocodiles. Fisheries operations and services are also excluded, along with other fishery-based activities.

Concept Being Classified

Goods

Statistical Units

Commodity

Relationship to Other International Classifications

Related To:

International Standard Statistical Classification for Aquatic Animals and Plants (ISSCAAP)

Standard International Trade Classification (SITC) Revision 4

Harmonized System (HS) Classification version 2017

Central Product Classification (CPC) version 2.1

 

Major Differences (Scope, Structure, and Concepts):

ISSCFC has been constructed as an expansion of SITC and it is also directly linked with the Harmonized System (HS), Central Product Classification (CPC) and ISSCAAP. It is focused on fish and fish-based products (primary and secondary) and it contains more than 1 200 codes. Therefore it presents an improved breakdown by species and product forms compared to SITC, HS and CPC. The enhanced coverage and the links with other international classifications facilitate the collation of national data received in different formats/codes, including national classification based on HS or SITC. It is based on the structure of SITC, but presenting additional codes to include links to ISSCAAP and enhanced breakdown by species and product forms. Main difference with SITC and HS is related on the enhanced detail by species/product forms included in ISSCFC, which allows the analysis, comparison and dissemination of more detailed data on fisheries commodities production and trade. ISSCFC is based on following criteria: stage of processing, group of similar biological characteristics (ISSCAAP) and purpose or intended use.

Classification Structure

Level

Level Name

Code Format

Number of Items

Level 1

=SITC Division

0

8 items

Level 2

=SITC Group

00

26 items

Level 3

N/A

000.0.0

Level 4

N/A

000.0.0.0

Level 5

N/A

000.0.0.0.00

Level 6

N/A

...

Note

This classification is based on the SITC’s structure, with additional codes to include links to ISSCAAP and breakdown by additional species and product forms. It is a hierarchical classification, but the number of codes is not fixed.

Revision Information


Chronology of revisions/versions of the classification:


Title or Version Number:

ISSCFC


Website:

www.fao.org/cwp-on-fishery-statistics/handbook/socio-economic-data/fishery-commodities-classification/en/

Official Adopting Entity:

Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations (FAO)


Coordinating Entity:

FAO as Secretariat of CWP


Next Review:

2020


Reason for Latest Revision:

Maintenance includes a yearly updating in the light of new emerging commodities/species in international trade and of changes in international/national commodity classifications


Major Changes:

The 2019 version includes an improved breakdown of species and product form due to the significant changes of the HS2017 for fish and fishery codes.

Contact Information

Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations

Coordinating Working Party on Fishery Statistics

FAO FIAS, Fisheries Division (NFI)

Contact Name:

Stefania Vannuccini

Email:

CWP-Secretariat@fao.org

Website:

http://www.fao.org/fishery/cwp/en

Address:

Viale delle Terme di Caracalla, 1

00153 Rome, Italy

International Standard Statistical Classification of Fishery Vessels - Simplified Classification of Fishing Vessels by Vessel Types (ISSCFV)

General information

Status

Operational

Website

http://www.fao.org/cwp-on-fishery-statistics/handbook/capture-fisheries-statistics/fishery-fleet/en/

Custodian

Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations (Secretariat of the Coordinating Working Party on Fishery Statistics)

Year Adopted

1984

Year Published

2015

Availability

English

Purpose of the Classification

Statistical Domain

Fishery statistics

Purpose

Under the ISSCFV, the CWP adopted three classifications, which cover the major features critical in classifying vessels based on type by GRT, length classes (length overall) and vessel types.

This component, the International Standard Statistical Classification of Fishery Vessels by Vessel Types, is based on the structure and type of vessel. 

Main Applications

Assessing fleet capacity and classification in vessel registries.

Main Users

FAO, statistical officers, fishery scientists, MCS (management, control and surveillance) of fishing activities, Regional Fisheries Bodies

Methodology

Scope

To classify fishing vessels Classification should be applied based on vessel structure and type.

Concept Being Classified

Equipment, vehicles

Statistical Units

Fishing operational unit

Classification Structure

Level

Level Name

Code Format

Number of Items

Level 1

Vessel Types Code

xx.x.x

20 items

Level 2

Vessel Types

xx.xx

44 items

Revision Information

Chronology of revisions/versions of the classification:


Title or Version Number:

ISSCFV


Website:

http://www.fao.org/3/a-bt983e.pdf


Official Adopting Entity:

Coordinating Working Party on Fishery Statistics


Coordinating Entity:

Coordinating Working Party on Fishery Statistics


Reason for Latest Revision:

In general, revision is made according to the request from the CWP participating organizations (i.e. members).


Major Changes:

A simplified list was implemented with elaboration of the classification of vessels supporting fishing related activities to meet the demand from member states also complying with the Agreement on Port State Measures (PSMA). 

Contact Information

Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations

Coordinating Working Party on Fishery Statistics

FAO FIAS, Fisheries Division (NFI)

Contact Name:

Stefania Vannuccini

Email:

CWP-Secretariat@fao.org

Website:

http://www.fao.org/fishery/cwp/en

Address:

Viale delle Terme di Caracalla, 1

00153 Rome, Italy

International Standard Statistical Classification of Fishery Vessels by GRT Categories (ISSCFV-GRT)

General information

Status

Operational

Website

http://www.fao.org/cwp-on-fishery-statistics/handbook/capture-fisheries-statistics/fishery-fleet/en

Custodian

Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations (Secretariat of the Coordinating Working Party on Fishery Statistics)

Year Adopted

1977

Year Published

1990

Availability

English

Purpose of the Classification

Statistical Domain

Fishery statistics

Purpose

Under the ISSCFV, the CWP adopted three classifications, which cover the major features critical in classifying vessels based on type by GRT, length classes (length overall) and vessel types.

The International Standard Statistical Classification of Fishery Vessels by Gross Register Tonnage (GRT) Categories, is based on the Gross Register Tonnage of the vessels. It covers the dimension of gross registered tonnage using either the London Convention, which has been adopted for vessels of 24 meters in length and over, or with the older Oslo Convention method.

Main Applications

Assessing fleet capacity, classification in vessel registration.

Main Users

FAO, Statistical officers, fishery scientists, MCS (management, control and surveillance) of fishing activities, Regional Fisheries Bodies

Methodology

Scope

To classify  fishing vessels. Classification should be applied based on gross registered tonnage measurement.

Concept Being Classified

Equipment, vehicles

Statistical Units

Fishing operational unit

Classification Structure

Level

Level Name

Code Format

Number of Items

Level 1

GRT Division Code

xx

12 items

Level 2

GRT Group Codes

xxx

30 items

Revision Information

Chronology of revisions/versions of the classification:


Year Adopted:

1990

Title or Version Number:

ISSCFV-GRT


Website:

http://www.fao.org/3/a-bt982e.pdf


Official Adopting Entity:

Coordinating Working Party on Fishery Statistics


Coordinating Entity:

Coordinating Working Party on Fishery Statistics


Reason for Latest Revision:

In general, revision is made according to the request from the CWP participating organizations (i.e. members).


Major Changes:

Change from the Oslo convention to the London Convention (in force from July 1994 for vessels > 24 meters in length)

Contact Information

Coordinating Working Party on Fishery Statistics


Unit:

FAO FIAS, Fisheries Division (NFI)

Contact Name:

Stefania Vannuccini

Email:

CWP-Secretariat@fao.org

Website:

http://www.fao.org/fishery/cwp/en

Address:

Viale delle Terme di Caracalla, 1

00153 Rome, Italy

International Standard Statistical Classification of Vessels by Length Classes

General information

Status

Operational

Website

http://www.fao.org/cwp-on-fishery-statistics/handbook/capture-fisheries-statistics/fishery-fleet/en

Custodian

Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations (Secretariat of the Coordinating Working Party on Fishery Statistics)

Year Adopted

1982

Year Published

1982

Availability

English

Purpose of the Classification

Statistical Domain

Fishery statistics

Purpose

Under the ISSCFV, the CWP adopted three classifications, which cover the major features critical in classifying vessels based on type by GRT, length classes (length overall) and vessel types.

This component, the International Standard Statistical Classification of Vessels by Length Classes, is based on the length of the Vessels as measured between perpendiculars.

Main Applications

Assessing fleet capacity, classification in vessel registration.

Main Users

FAO, Statistical officers, fishery scientists, MCS (management, control and surveillance) of fishing activities

Methodology

Scope

To classify fishing vessels. Classification should be applied based on vessel shapes, structure and size measurements. The classification contains three determinates of vessel, i.e. type and two types of sizes (gross tonnage and length overall).

Concept Being Classified

Equipment, vehicles

Statistical Units

Fishing operational unit

Classification Structure

Level

Level Name

Code Format

Number of Items

Level 1

Length Class

Xxx

11 items

Contact Information

Coordinating Working Party on Fishery Statistics

FAO FIAS, Fisheries Division (NFI)

Contact Name:

Stefania Vannuccini

Email:

CWP-Secretariat@fao.org

Website:

http://www.fao.org/fishery/cwp/en

Address:

Viale delle Terme di Caracalla, 1

00153 Rome, Italy

International Standard Statistical Classification of Fishing Gear (ISSCFG) Revision 1

General information

Status

Operational

Website

http://www.fao.org/cwp-on-fishery-statistics/handbook/capture-fisheries-statistics/fishing-gear-classification/en/

Custodian

Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations (Secretariat of the Coordinating Working Party on Fishery Statistics)

Year Adopted

1980

Availability

English, French and Spanish

Purpose of the Classification

Statistical Domain

Fishery statistics

Purpose

Although this classification was initially designed to improve the compilation of harmonized catch and effort data on the STATLANT B questionnaires and in fish stock assessment exercises, it has also been found very useful for fisheries technology and the training of fishers. It has been used in particular for reference in works dealing with the theory and construction of gear and for the preparation of specialized catalogues on artisanal and industrial fishing methods.

Main Applications

Identifying the fishing technology in reporting on fishing CATCH and EFFORT; a part of basic definition of different "fisheries".

Main Users

Fishery statistical offices, fishery scientists, MCS (management, control and surveillance) of fishing activities, fisheries technology and training fishers

Methodology

Scope

The classification is developed based on fish entangling mechanisms and gear structure used with a global emphasis on existing major fishing areas in the Atlantic, Indian, Pacific and Antarctic Oceans.

Concept Being Classified

Goods, equipment

Statistical Units

Fishing operational unit; holding

Classification Structure

Level

Level Name

Code Format

Number of Items

Level 1

Gear Categories

01

12 items

Level 2

Gear Categories

01.1

60 items

Revision Information

Chronology of revisions/versions of the classification:


Year Adopted:

2013


Title or Version Number:

ISSCFG Revision 1


Website:

http://www.fao.org/3/a-bt987e.pdf


Official Adopting Entity:

Coordinating Working Party on Fishery Statistics


Coordinating Entity:

Coordinating Working Party on Fishery Statistics

Contact Information

 

Coordinating Working Party on Fishery Statistics

FAO FIAS, Fisheries Division (NFI)

Contact Name:

Stefania Vannuccini

Email:

CWP-Secretariat@fao.org

Website:

http://www.fao.org/fishery/cwp/en

Address:

Viale delle Terme di Caracalla, 1

00153 Rome, Italy

Fishery and aquaculture

This section contains the main statistical guidelines and handbooks produced by FAO. 

Documents listed under the fishery and aquaculture subject include topics related to fishery and aquaculture statistics, fishing and aquaculture operations and small-scale fisheries.

Справочник КРГ по статистическим стандартам в области рыбного хозяйства

Abstract: Он включает основные понятия, определения, классификации и протоколы обмена данными, а также, что немаловажно, коды, используемые в рыбохозяйственной статистике во всем мире. Многие из этих понятий и определений применяются в более широком контексте, но пользователям рекомендуется проверять обоснованность такого применения. В справочнике изложены принципы, применяемые только международными органами, без каких бы то ни было сведений о национальных системах, многие из которых, будучи разработанными для конкретных целей отдельных стран, могут отличаться от используемых на международном уровне.

Lead authoring unit/office: Fisheries Division (NFI)

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Fishery and aquaculture

This section contains the main technical reports, working papers and methodological documents produced by FAO. 

Documents listed under the fishery and aquaculture subject include topics related to  fishery and aquaculture statistics, fishing and aquaculture operations and small-scale fisheries.

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Fishery and Aquaculture

This section provides the main capacity development resources produced by FAO. They include:

  • Global Strategy to Improve Agricultural and Rural Statistics (GSARS) training materials
  • Other e-learning courses, training material or webinars.
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Natural Resources

This section provides the main statistical classifications maintained and/or used by FAO.

Classification of land use (LU) for the agricultural census

General information

Status

Operational

Website

http://www.fao.org/3/a-i4913e.pdf

Custodian

Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations

Year Published

2015

Availability

Arabic, Chinese, English, French, Russian and Spanish

Purpose of the Classification

Statistical Domain

Land use statistics

Purpose

To classify land use types.

Main Applications

Agricultural statistics and agricultural censuses.

Main Users

Ministries of Agriculture and National Statistical Offices carrying out agricultural censuses.

Methodology

Concept Being Classified

Land use

Relationship to Other International Classifications

This classification focuses on how land/area are used within the agricultural holding. The WCA classification of land use contains nine basic land use classes, LU1 to LU9; six of the basic land use classes can be grouped into four aggregate classes: the nine basic classes are less detailed than in the SEEA, the WCA LU aggregates are ad hoc classes, not provided in the SEEA.

Notes: LU1 (in WCA) includes greenhouses and land in family gardens while 1.1.1 (in SEEA) does not. LU4 includes greenhouses and land in family gardens while 1.1.4 does not. 1.1.6 (in SEEA) includes greenhouses and land in family gardens while LU6 in WCA) does not.

Classification Structure

Level

Level Name

Code Format

Number of Items

Level 1

Basic class

LUO

9 items

Revision Information

Chronology of revisions/versions of the classification:

 

Website:

http://www.fao.org/world-census-agriculture/wcarounds/wca2020/en/

 

Official Adopting Entity:

Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations

 

Coordinating Entity:

Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations

 

Next Review:

2025

 

Reason for Latest Revision:

The revision took place as part of the WCA periodical review; the aim was to harmonize with the SEEA Land Use Classification.

 

Major Changes:

Increased number of classes (from seven to nine), better alignment to the SEEA LUC that resulted in the following changes: (1) two categories: “land under farm buildings and farmyards” and “area used for aquaculture” have been detached from the category “other land”. “Area used for aquaculture” may also include inland and coastal waters if they are part of the holding. (2 The concept of “land used for agriculture” has been introduced in order to match the category “agriculture” of the SEEA Land Use Classification. It represents the total of “agricultural land” and “land under farm buildings and farmyards”. (3) A minimum size threshold of 0.5 hectares (ha) has been introduced for the “forest land” and “other wooded land”. The differences between WCA 2020 and WCA 2010 LUC are clearly specified in WCA 2020, paragraph 8.2.14.

Contact Information

Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations

Statistics Division (ESS)

Contact Name:

Jairo Castano

Email:

Jairo.Castano@fao.org

Telephone:

+39 06 570-55166

Address:

Viale delle Terme di Caracalla, 1

00153 Rome, Italy

SEEA Land cover classification

General information

Status

Operational

Website

https://seea.un.org/content/seea-central-framework

Custodian

United Nations Statistics Division

Year Adopted

2012

Year Published

2012

Availability

Arabic, Chinese, English, French, Portuguese, Russian and Spanish

Purpose of the Classification

Statistical Domain

Environment; land cover statistics

Purpose

The purpose of the classification is to provide categories for the observed physical and biological cover of the Earth's surface, including natural vegetation and abiotic (non-living) surfaces. It allows for the standardization and harmonization across statistical data sets, a classification of land cover based on the FAO Land Cover Classification System comprised of 14 classes has been established.

Main Applications

Environmental economic accounts

Main Users

Environmental economic accounts compilers and users: international organizations, governments, ministries of environment as well as other economic and environmental bodies in the public and private sectors, as e.g. analysts and forecasters.

Methodology

Concept Being Classified

Land cover

Classification Structure

Level

Level Name

Code Format

Number of Items

Level 1

Basic category

00

14 items

Revision Information

Chronology of revisions/versions of the classification:

SEEA-2003

SEEA-1993

 

Website:

https://seea.un.org/content/seea-central-framework

 

Official Adopting Entity:

United Nations Statistical Commission

 

Coordinating Entity:

United Nations Committee of Experts on Environmental-Economic Accounting (UNCEEA)

 

Next Review:

N/A

 

Reason for Latest Revision:

Update of the SEEA central framework.

 

Major Changes:

Interim classifications for land cover have been developed.

Contact Information

United Nations Statistics Division

Economic Statistics Branch

Environmental-Economic Accounts Section

Email:

seea@un.org

Website:  

https://seea.un.org/

Address:

United Nations

New York, NY 10017

SEEA Land use classification

General information

Status

Operational

Website

https://seea.un.org/content/seea-central-framework

Custodian

United Nations Statistics Division

Year Adopted

2012

Year Published

2012

Availability

ArabicChineseEnglishFrenchPortugueseRussian and Spanish 

Purpose of the Classification

Statistical Domain

Environment; land use statistics

Purpose

Land use reflects both (a) the activities undertaken and (b) the institutional arrangements put in place for a given area for the purposes of economic production, or the maintenance and restoration of environmental functions.

Main Applications

Environmental economic accounts

Main Users

Environmental economic accounts compilers and users: international organizations, governments, ministries of environment as well as other economic and environmental bodies in the public and private sectors, as e.g. analysts and forecasters

Methodology

Concept Being Classified

Land use

Classification Structure

Level

Level Name

Code Format

Number of Items

Level 1

Primary type of surfaces

0

2 items

Level 2

Category

01

11 items

Revision Information

Chronology of revisions/versions of the classification:

SEEA-2003

SEEA-1993

 

Website:

https://seea.un.org/content/seea-central-framework

 

Official Adopting Entity:

United Nations Statistical Commission

 

Coordinating Entity:

United Nations Committee of Experts on Environmental-Economic Accounting (UNCEEA)

 

Next Review:

N/A

 

Reason for Latest Revision:

Update of the SEEA central framework.

 

Major Changes:

Interim classifications for land use have been developed

Contact Information

United Nations Statistics Division

Environmental-Economic Accounts Section

Email:

seea@un.org

Website:  

https://seea.un.org/

Address:

United Nations

New York, NY 10017

Natural resources

This section contains the main statistical guidelines and handbooks produced by FAO. 

Documents listed under the natural resources subject include topics related to water and land and geospatial information (e.g. land cover, land use classification, remote sensing & use of geospatial information).

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Natural resources

This section contains the main technical reports, working papers and methodological documents produced by FAO. 

Documents listed under the natural resources subject include topics related to water and land and geospatial information (e.g. land cover, land use classification, remote sensing & use of geospatial information).

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Natural resources

This section provides the main capacity development resources produced by FAO. They include:

  • Global Strategy to Improve Agricultural and Rural Statistics (GSARS) training materials
  • Other e-learning courses, training or webinars.
Показатель ЦУР 6.4.2 - Уровень нагрузки на водные ресурсы

Abstract: Этот курс предоставляет инструменты, методы и процессы для поддержки стран в мониторинге и отчетности по показателю ЦУР 6.4.2 «Уровень нагрузки на водные ресурсы: забор пресной воды в процентном отношении к имеющимся запасам пресной воды».

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