Lead, Water Stewardship, WWF International
Alexis Morgan is a water stewardship specialist for the World Wildlife Fund. Over his 15 years at WWF, he has developed expertise in water stewardship, valuation, and market-based conservation solutions for business. He currently leads the conservation organization’s Water Risk Filter, a global water-risk exploration, assessment, and response tool, and its emerging work on context-based water metrics. Morgan helped to establish the Alliance for Water Stewardship, where he remains a board member. He has consulted for World Bank and The Nature Conservancy, has served on the International Social and Environmental Accreditation and Labelling (ISEAL) Stakeholder Council, and is a past lecturer in environmental economics at Simon Fraser University.