João Graça has a PhD in Psychology (ISCTE–IUL, 2016), collaborates in several projects at the University of Lisbon (ICS-ULisboa), and works as Assistant Professor at the University of Groningen (The Netherlands). His overall research agenda is to help identify pathways toward more sustainable contexts and lifestyles, taking a broad view of sustainability that includes improving social relations as well as our relation with the natural environment. He has worked mostly on sustainable food consumption (i.e., from meat-centered to plant-forward diets) and program design and evaluation with vulnerable populations (e.g., matching needs and services). He has authored several scientific publications relevant for (social/environmental) sustainability transitions, and has participated as principal investigator and/or team member in national and international research projects tackling societal challenges, funded by key partners and agencies (e.g., European Commission; European Regional Development Fund; Portuguese Ministry of Education; Portuguese Foundation for Science and Technology). He is familiar with a range of methods which include quantitative, qualitative and mixed-methods approaches, framed under a strong personal and academic orientation towards connecting science and society.