Todd Rosenstock is an Environmental Scientist with the World Agroforestry Centre (ICRAF) where he investigates how smallholder agriculture affects the environment and society and vice versa. Dr. Rosenstock’s research applies observational and manipulative experiments, data synthesis and modeling techniques to understand the synergies and trade-offs among food production, soil health, and climate at the farm- and landscape scales and optimize local and global benefits from agricultural systems in developing countries. Methods development for monitoring social and environmental change and CSA are the integral theme of his current work. He is particularly interested in integrative, multidisciplinary science that can be applied to emerging environmental and development issues and thus is always keen to find ways to link science with public policy and programming. Dr. Rosenstock currently works in smallholder farming systems in East Africa and Latin America.