Belinda Morris directs Environmental Defense Fund’s efforts to increase environmental stewardship on working landscapes in the western United States. Her program focuses on reducing greenhouse gas emissions from land use, advancing land-based carbon offsets, and creating incentives for riparian, wetland and floodplain restoration. Belinda’s previous work experience focused on market-based incentives for conserving biodiversity and natural resources. She has worked for the Nature Conservancy, the World Bank and WWF International in the US, Switzerland and Indonesia, and has consulted widely on economic approaches to environmental problems around the globe. Belinda has a M.S. in Environmental and Resource Economics from University College London.