Leah Jones is a PhD candidate in the School of Sustainabiltiy working with Dr. Dave White. She studies the intersections of food-energy-water nexus governance to understand how collaboration can lead towards greater resource security and urban sustainability in the cases of Phoenix, Arizona and Cape Town, South Africa using social network analysis, stakeholder analysis, and case study.
M.S. Sustianability, Arizona State University, 2019
B.S. Environmental Science, University of Virginia, 2014
Opejin, A. K., R. M. Aggarwal, D. D. White, J. L. Jones, R. Maciejewski, G. Mascaro and H. Sarjoughian. 2020. A bibliometric analysis of food-energy-water nexus literature. Sustainability 12(3):Art. 1112. DOI: 10.3390/su12031112.
White, D. D., J. L. Jones, R. Maciejewski, R. M. Aggarwal and G. Mascaro. 2017. Stakeholder analysis for the food-energy-water nexus in Phoenix, Arizona: Implications for nexus governance. Sustainability 9(12):Art. 2204. DOI: 10.3390/su9122204.