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Sound science and pragmatic evidence are key to supporting decision-making in the symbiotic fields of agriculture, food systems, nutrition, and climate adaptation

Juno supports evidence synthesis and decision-making in the symbiotic fields of agriculture, food systems and climate adaptation. This first-of-its-kind evidence coalition brings together researchers, policy makers, publishers, computer and data scientists, and evidence advocates from across fields and disciplines. We span academic, intergovernmental bodies, and civil organizations in an effort to break down traditional boundaries between research production and use.


The vision of the Juno Evidence Alliance is to help identify clear, targeted solutions for a nutritious, safe and food secure world, using inclusive, people-first policies

Without an evidence alliance, we will continue to spend billions of dollars supporting research and development, often duplicating work that has already been done, without demonstrating the importance of science underpinning policy. 


Decision makers need timely evidence synthesis in order to make informed policy decisions

Governments and funders recognize that sound science and pragmatic evidence are key to supporting a resilient and sustainable food system. There is a great need for evidence-based policy, rather than policy-based evidence, based on the rigor of the scientific method and peer-review.


Decision-makers need timely evidence synthesis reports prepared by experts who integrate multiple information sources, incorporate accumulated experience, and weigh uncertainty to provide evidence-based interventions while avoiding the risk of confirmation bias or cherry-picking.


Evidence must go beyond technical findings and recommendations. For evidence to be effective, it must be part of political processes and guided using governance principles. It also needs to convey complex findings using simple, clear messaging.


It is critical that this process be authentic and inclusive. For pragmatic, innovative solutions to address issues of climate change, nutrition and diet, food insecurity, and social equality, they ideally should evolve from within communities, based on local knowledge and existing practices that work, rather than merely adopted from the outside.



By leveraging advances in technology, global partnerships and proven scientific research methods, Juno will:

Schematics of how the Juno Evidence Alliance leverages AI, global partnerships and proven scientific research methods

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The Juno Evidence Alliance leverages AI & human  intelligence to mine expansive data sets to  produce evidence and guidance. 


Please contact Jaron Porciello at or Andy Robinson at
for more information, including funding and inaugural partnership opportunities.


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