Alexis?s expertise lies in water stewardship, valuation and approaches to market-based conservation. He has spent fifteen years working with WWF, the global conservation organization, on business and biodiversity solutions with a focus on freshwater. He spent four years coordinating the development of the Alliance for Water Stewardship?s Standard and has worked with extensively with food and beverage companies on agricultural water challenges. He has also consulted for World Bank, The Nature Conservancy and has served on the International Social and Environmental Accreditation and Labelling (ISEAL) Stakeholder Council. He is a past lecturer in environmental economics at Simon Fraser University, has published on water valuation, freshwater biodiversity issues, and currently leads WWF's Water Risk Filter and emerging work on context-based water metrics. Alexis holds a BA, an MSc in urban hydrology and a sustainability-oriented MBA. He resides in Vancouver, Canada with his partner and family.