The Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations (FAO) develops methods and standards for food and agriculture statistics, provides technical assistance services and disseminates data for global monitoring.
Statistical activities at FAO include the development and implementation of methodologies and standards for data collection, validation, processing, and analysis. FAO also plays a vital part in the global compilation, processing and dissemination of food and agriculture statistics, and provides essential statistical capacity development to member countries.
FAO has a decentralized statistical system and statistical activities cover the areas of agriculture, forestry and fisheries, land and water resources and use, climate, environment, population, gender, nutrition, poverty, rural development, education, and health as well as many others.
FAOSTAT provides free access to food and agriculture data for over 245 countries and territories and covers all FAO regional groupings from 1961 to the most recent year available.
Bismart has developed a set of reports to summarize and analyze the published data around emissions, food balance and agricultural production.
These reports allow you to analyze which countries are the most pollutant, which ones generate the most waste in relation to their production and which countries are net exporters and importers of food. Discover the differences between cultures and eating habits based on food uses by country. Compare the production of food between countries and the average World Index.
Agricultural Emissions and Food Balance Analysis
Agricultural Production Indices Analysis