Cities & food security - Oceania

We have compared a total of 850 cities all over the world on a number of food-related indicators like availability, food risks and healthy lifestyle. In this list you will find the top 6 largest cities (expected in 2030) in Oceania in alphabetical order.

Find the city you want more information about and get an overall impression. We tell you if the overall ranking was:

  • Very low
  • Rather low
  • Low
  • Below average
  • Average
  • Above average
  • High
  • Rather high
  • Very high

Furthermore we will indicate which 5 indicators had a more than average positive (+) or negative (-) effect on the ranking. (o is neutral)

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Adelaide (Australia)

Score
Overall ranking High
Availability +
Food risk o
Healthy lifestyle +
Accessibility +
Affordability +

Indicators with a positive effect:

  • climate
  • climate risk
  • ease of doing business
  • GDP
  • share of meat and fish in diet
  • infrastructure
  • kcal from meat and fish
  • population increase
  • prosperous (economic activity)
  • remaining agriland
  • stability country
  • child stunting

Indicators with a negative effect:

  • risk from flood

Auckland (New Zealand)

Score
Overall ranking Above average
Availability -
Food risk +
Healthy lifestyle o
Accessibility +
Affordability +

Indicators with a positive effect:

  • BMI (food risk)
  • climate
  • ease of doing business
  • GDP
  • remaining agriland
  • prosperous (economic activity)
  • proximity stores
  • stability country
  • child stunting
  • sanitation and hygiene

Indicators with a negative effect:

  • arabale land
  • BMI (health)
  • fresh food production
  • green living environment around city
  • vegetable/fruit/nuts production

Brisbane (Australia)

Score
Overall ranking High
Availability -
Food risk +
Healthy lifestyle +
Accessibility +
Affordability +

Indicators with a positive effect:

  • share of meat and fish in diet
  • ease of doing business
  • GDP
  • child stunting
  • kcal from meat and fish
  • prosperous (economic activity)
  • stability country

Indicators with a negative effect:

  • arabale land
  • fresh food production
  • climate risk

Melbourne (Australia)

Score
Overall ranking High
Availability -
Food risk o
Healthy lifestyle +
Accessibility +
Affordability +

Indicators with a positive effect:

  • climate
  • ease of doing business
  • GDP
  • share of meat and fish in diet
  • infrastructure
  • kcal from meat and fish
  • population increase
  • prosperous (economic activity)
  • child stunting
  • stability country
  • climate risk

Indicators with a negative effect:

  • arabale land
  • fresh food production
  • green living environment around city

Perth (Australia)

Score
Overall ranking High
Availability -
Food risk o
Healthy lifestyle +
Accessibility +
Affordability +

Indicators with a positive effect:

  • climate
  • share of meat and fish in diet
  • ease of doing business
  • GDP
  • child stunting
  • kcal from meat and fish
  • prosperous (economic activity)
  • stability country

Indicators with a negative effect:

  • arabale land
  • risk from flood
  • fresh food production
  • climate risk

Sydney (Australia)

Score
Overall ranking Above average
Availability -
Food risk +
Healthy lifestyle +
Accessibility +
Affordability +

Indicators with a positive effect:

  • climate
  • ease of doing business
  • GDP
  • climate risk
  • kcal from meat and fish
  • population increase
  • prosperous (economic activity)
  • proximity stores
  • stability country
  • share of meat and fish in diet
  • child stunting

Indicators with a negative effect:

  • arabale land
  • fresh food production
  • green living environment around the city
  • vegetable/fruit/nuts production