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Alexa Cancio
I support the project delivery of Eunomia’s energy, evaluation, economics and markets team, and am interested in behaviour change initiatives that engage the public in sustainable development. I am a wildlife and landscape photographer with a passion for sustainable tourism.

Alexa is based in our London office and is committed to building partnerships with private and public sector groups in order to encourage the rapid and effective growth of sustainable development. She is situated with the environmental, energy, evaluation, and markets team.

Recent Experience

As a consultant, Alexa is responsible for undertaking a wide range of consultancy work for sustainability projects in the firm, including market appraisals, bid support, data analysis, primary research, policy and programme evaluation, economic assessments, and overall project support and management. She is already supporting the delivery of a number of projects, including those related to low carbon technology, circular economy, and waste.

Career History

Alexa has worked in sustainability for over 5 years with much of her role focusing on project management, strategy development, sustainability reporting, engagement, and analytical research. Prior to joining Eunomia, she was involved with organisations like the Better Cotton Initiative, WWF-Philippines, and First Philippine Holdings Corporation. She has demonstrated experience in interpreting sustainability issues and identifying strategic solutions for private and public sector clients. She also has extensive experience in facilitating capacity building projects and designing engagement initiatives to increase involvement in sustainable development.

In 2019 Alexa graduated with a distinction from her Master of Science degree in Tourism, Environment, and Development from King’s College London. Her dissertation focused on assessing the sustainability impacts of ecotourism companies from the perspective of its stakeholders, wherein she collected primary data and assessed ecotourism and conservation policies relevant to the site in order to provide recommendations for further improvement in the client’s sustainable development strategies.