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Why Plastic Free Southeast Asia?

PFSEA helps your business make effective, lasting change in sustainability. We establish your businesses eco baseline and bring your team to the table to understand the ‘why’ behind sustainability. Together we create the goals and roadmap for your team to successfully implement and maintain environmentally impactful operations.

About Sarah

After moving to Cambodia in 2014, I started Plastic Free Southeast Asia in early 2015. With a Masters in Tourism Management, I used this foundation to develop a program to accelerate sustainable development practices in the tourism sector. A trained ‘Climate Leader’ and ‘Blue Standard Consultant’, I help tourism businesses throughout Southeast Asia and Australia bring their teams on the sustainability journey. I specialise in supporting businesses review their operations, change the mindsets of their team and establish goals and a roadmap to eliminating single-use plastics and make other positive environmental adjustments to running their business. 

I was instrumental in the plastic free movement in the region and I’m recognised as a go-to expert in Southeast Asia. I’ve developed highly successful programs that support business in making significant environmental change, in particular with the tourism industry.

I live in both Australia and Southeast Asia working with clients in many places and I also provide pro-bono work to the UN Association of Australia, NSW division.

My approach is supportive, inclusive and non-judgemental. I’ll help you cut through the jargon, greenwashing pitfalls and bring your team on the journey to successful environmental change.

Let’s Get Started!

Get support, a simple plan and a roadmap to more environmental practices in your business. The way you run your business can make a huge impact.

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Location

Sydney
Australia

Hours

M – F : 9am–5pm

Sat : by arrangement

Sun : Closed