2020 Foresight Fellow in Sustainable Agriculture Dr. Alevtina Evgrafova is a PostDoc at the Leibniz Centre for Agricultural Landscape Research in Germany. Her research focuses on future integrated scenarios of soil management for sustainability impact assessment. Alevtina is particularly working on the development of participatory transdisciplinary science-driven scenarios of soil management at the German national level within the BonaRes initiative. Her interests encompass a range of different topics such as sustainable land management, policy-making, urban and rural development, environmental impact assessment as well as technologies & innovations. During her involvement in both academic and industrial projects, Alevtina has been actively encouraging the support for early-career researchers and international cooperation. Alevtina is originally from Russia, where she obtained her double Diploma (with honors) in Soil Science (MSc) and Pedagogy (MA) from Lomonosov Moscow State University. Afterwards, she obtained a joint MSc in Environmental Protection and Agricultural Food Production from Wageningen University, Netherlands and University of Hohenheim, Germany in 2013. Recently, Alevtina has completed her PhD in Geography (magna cum laude) with the focus on permafrost-affected soils from University of Bern, Switzerland.