Jessica Eise is a communication researcher, Ross Fellow and PhD candidate at Purdue University. Her research areas of expertise include climate change, food security, agriculture and global chronic stressors. She focuses on the interplay of micro and macro factors in systems of communication, as well as creating innovative information systems to improve outcomes in complex contexts. Jessica’s articles have appeared in CNBC, Salon, MarketWatch and Thomson Reuters Foundation News, amongst others. Her books include How to Feed the World, The Communication Scarcity in Agriculture and other works. She is the principal investigator (PI) and co-PI on several multidisciplinary, international grant-funded projects on climate change. Jessica has a master’s in journalism and international relations from New York University and formerly worked in international media production, new media and strategic communication.