本报告提出了相关战略，促进挖掘粮食系统潜力，使其成为低收入 国家包容性经济发展和农村繁荣的引擎。报告分析了当前的结构性转型和农村转型，考 察了这类转型对千百万小规模粮食生产者带来的机遇和挑战。报告阐明了“农业地域” 规划方式，通过注重城镇与其周边农村地区建立联系，与农业产业和基础设施发展相结 合，如何能够为整个粮食部门带来创收机遇，奠定可持续、包容性农村转型的基础。
FAO Commission on Genetic Resources for Food and Agriculture
Biodiversity is essential to sustainable food and agriculture. The species, genetic resources and ecosystems in and around our food production systems have important roles to play. From bees and earthworms to coral reefs and rainforests, biodiversity helps to keep our agrifood systems healthy, productive and resilient.
Policy approaches for sustainable development
Trade plays a vital role in our everyday lives. It connects food systems and people and provides consumers with sufficient, diverse and nutritious food. It also generates income and employment for farmers, workers and traders around the world. How can trade policies in food and agriculture address today's challenges and how can they contribute to long-term sustainable development for all?
A vision for transforming aquatic food systems
Aquatic systems have great potential to support millions of lives and livelihoods and contribute to food security. If positively transformed and expanded, they can meet the twin challenge of feeding a growing population while preserving natural resources and the ecosystems that sustain them.Discover what sustainable aquatic food systems look like.
See the world’s forests in a new light
Take a look at our forests from two different vantage points. Along the way, you’ll get some fascinating insights into the valuable role they play in our lives.
Découvrir comment la FAO soutient cette initiative pour lutter contre le changement climatique, la désertification et l'insécurité alimentaire.
Is our food supply at risk?
We are at an important crossroads. The economic fallout of the COVID-19 pandemic, climate variability and extremes, conflict, and the persistence of hunger and malnutrition have shown us that now is the time for us to build more resilient agrifood systems.
The world is at a critical juncture
The world is in a very different place to where it was six years ago when it committed to the goal of ending hunger, food insecurity and all forms of malnutrition by 2030. At the time, we were optimistic that with transformative approaches, past progress could be accelerated, at scale, to put us on track to achieve that goal. Yet, the past four editions of The State of Food Security and Nutrition in the World revealed a humbling reality. So, where do we stand now? And what can be done to help us build forward better?
Enter a hidden world
Most of the Earth's biodiversity lies beneath our feet! Discover life belowground: from genes and species to the communities they form. Learn what is threatening soil biodiversity and what are the steps we need to take to protect it.
Damage and loss: Agriculture on the proving ground
Disasters take lives, but they also devastate rural livelihoods, destroy food, and drive up hunger. More than any other productive sector, it is agriculture and the billions of farmers who keep the rest of us fed that bear the brunt of such shocks. This interactive story gives you a close-up look at which disasters affect agriculture the most and what impacts they have on the sector.
The State of Agriculture Commodity Markets 2020 report underlines that we need to rely on markets as an integral part of the global food system. This is all the more important in the face of major disruptions, whether they come from health crises, locust outbreaks or climate change impacts. Well-functioning markets are key for development and economic growth. International trade can be a powerful instrument, and markets can be harnessed to foster sustainable economic, social and environmental outcomes.
Strengthening the science-policy nexus
The development of a new vision for more sustainable and socially just fisheries is crucial to meet the goal of a world without hunger and malnutrition in the twenty-first century. This report lays out that vision while sharing recommendations that are key to improving the sustainability of capture fisheries and sustain progress towards the Sustainable Development Goals. The report is based on the proceedings of the International Symposium on Fisheries Sustainability: strengthening the science-policy nexus.
Our interactive map lets you see and compare the levels of hunger globally and by country over time. The map has been created using the Prevalence of Undernourishment (PoU) and Number of Undernourished (NoU) indicators.
Our interactive map lets you see and compare the levels of hunger globally and by country over time. The map looks at moderate and severe food insecurity based on the Food Insecurity Experience Scale (FIES) measurements.
Sustainability in action
The State of World Fisheries and Aquaculture provides a comprehensive global overview of the sector, from fisheries and aquaculture products and their use around the world, to the livelihoods the sector supports and the consequences for the environment. With a special focus on sustainability, SOFIA's 2020 edition is a source of objective, reliable and up-to-date information for policymakers, managers, scientists, stakeholders - and indeed everyone interested in the fisheries and aquaculture sector.
Forest, Biodiversity and People
Forests are home to most of the earth's terrestrial biodiversity, yet deforestation and forest degradation continue at alarming rates. This report gives a comprehensive overview of the state of the world's forests today, including the livelihoods they offer to rural communities and the species contributing to our forests' incredible biodiversity. This interactive story also explores the future of forests and the ways in which we can ensure their sustainability, protecting them for future generations.
Trees, forests and land use in drylands: the first global assessment
Drylands cover 41 percent of the Earth’s land surface. This report - the first of its kind - demonstrates that drylands are productive landscapes with considerable economic potential and environmental value. Trees and forests in drylands also provide habitats for biodiversity, and help increase the resilience of landscapes and communities in the face of global change. The report was carried out through interpretation of satellite images by more than 200 experts..
The second edition of FAO´s annual report on partnerships, results and achievements seeks to communicate, in a transparent and accountable way, who FAO is, what we do, and how we work with our partners and diverse United Nations agencies to achieve the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs). To reach the ambitious targets set in the 2030 Agenda and lead global efforts to defeat hunger (SDG 2), continued investments and collective action will be absolutely critical. FAO, together with its partners, is tackling pressing and complex challenges every day - challenges calling for urgent actions that leverage FAO’s unique experience, knowledge and technical expertise.
This year’s report presents evidence that the absolute number of people who suffer from hunger continues to slowly increase. The report also highlights that food insecurity is more than just hunger. For the first time, the report provides evidence that many people in the world, even if not hungry, experience moderate food insecurity as they face uncertainties about their ability to obtain food and are forced to compromise on the quality and/or quantity of the food they consume. This phenomenon is observed globally, not only in low- and middle-income countries but also in high-income countries.
Biodiversity is essential to food and agriculture; yet, it is declining worldwide. The State of the World’s Biodiversity for Food and Agriculture presents the first global assessment of biodiversity for food and agriculture worldwide. Biodiversity for food and agriculture is the diversity of plants, animals and micro-organisms at genetic, species and ecosystem levels, present in and around crop, livestock, forest and aquatic production systems.
Building climate resilience for food security and nutrition
The State of Food Security and Nutrition in the World 2018 presents progress towards ending hunger, achieving food security and improving nutrition. New evidence in SOFI 2018 confirms a rise in world hunger: the number of people who suffer from hunger has been growing over the past three years, returning to levels from almost a decade ago. The report says that climate variability and extremes are key drivers behind this rise, together with conflict and economic downturns, and are threatening to erode and reverse gains made in ending hunger and malnutrition.
Meeting the sustainable development goals
The State of World Fisheries and Aquaculture 2018 presents FAO’s official world fishery and aquaculture statistics. The 2018 edition of The State of World Fisheries and Aquaculture emphasizes the sector’s role in achieving the 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development and the Sustainable Development Goals, and measurement of progress towards these goals. It notes the particular contributions of inland and small-scale fisheries, and highlights the importance of rights-based governance for equitable and inclusive development.
Forest Pathways to Sustainable Development
The 2018 edition of The State of World Fisheries and Aquaculture emphasizes the sector’s role in achieving the 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development and the Sustainable Development Goals, and measurement of progress towards these goals. It notes the particular contributions of inland and small-scale fisheries, and highlights the importance of rights-based governance for equitable and inclusive development.
This report captures selected results achieved by FAO worldwide in 2017. It reflects key impacts obtained thanks to a collaboration with a wide range of partners including Member Nations, other resource partners, civil society, the private sector, academia, research centers and cooperatives.