Dr. Sarah Jones is an Associate Scientist at The Alliance of Bioversity International and the International Center for Tropical Agriculture, based in Montpellier, France. Her research focuses on understanding how to diversify farms and landscapes to produce nutritious food in an ecologically and socially sustainable way. Sarah leads the WLE Sustainable Foods through diversity-based practices project (2019-21) through which the team are conducting global meta-analyses and modelling to quantify the impact of diversified farming on biodiversity, soil health, yield stability, and the cost of transitioning from simplified to diversified farms. She co-leads the Alliance Agroecology Transitions Nexus, which focuses on how to implement and scale agroecology for more sustainable food systems. Sarah is a researcher on the EU TRANSITIONS project (2021-24) working on improving metrics and tools for monitoring agroecology, and on the FOLU Food, Agriculture, Biodiversity, Land-use and Energy (FABLE) initiative (2017-present) coordinating work on quantifying progress towards global biodiversity targets.
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