Tool & Team

Launched in 2012, the Water Risk Filter is a practical, online tool that helps companies and investors assess and respond to water-related risks facing their operations and investments across the globe. Developed by WWF and the German finance institution DEG, the Water Risk Filter has become a leading and trusted source of water risk data for thousands of users – from multinational corporations and SMEs to financial institutions – which have used it to evaluate hundreds of thousands of specific sites. After a major upgrade in 2018 and a wealth of new functions, the Water Risk Filter 5.0 will enable companies and investors to Explore, Assess, Value and Respond to water risks.



Alexis Morgan

Alexis leads WWF's global efforts on water stewardship. In addition to supporting teams around the world, this role includes oversight on the Water Risk Filter, leading Alliance for Water Stewardship engagement on behalf of WWF, supporting WWF's freshwater work on standards & certification, guiding thinking on the value of water, and developing the concept of Science-Based Water Targets.




Ariane Laporte-Bisquit

Ariane is the Water Risk Filter Project Manager. She is responsible for overseeing the ongoing evolution and implementation of the Water Risk Filter strategy. She leads on the engagement with investor and corporate users of the tool in collaboration with the wider WWF network. 




Felipe Coelho Costa

Felipe is the Water Risk Filter Technical Lead. He is responsible for the maintenance and ongoing technological developments of the tool. Felipe guarantees that the Water Risk Filter applies the best available technologies for water risk assessment and makes the bridge between science and the project.




Rylan Dobson

Rylan is a Water Stewardship Manager who primarily supports WWF teams and WWF corporate partnerships integrate the Water Risk Filter into their water stewardship work. He also supports the Water Risk Filter team in developing bespoke add-ons for the Water Risk Filter such as the new Respond section within the tool. He is also WWF's lead on the concept of Science-Based Targets for Water.