Garden Beats 2019




Conscious Fields, 4.00 pm

Journeying to zero waste & plastic free
Stephanie Dickson, Co-Founder of Green is the New Black will be leading this talk questioning how we deal with eco-anxiety, what zero waste actually means and “how we can turn the tides” of plastics negative impact.


Stephanie Dickson
Green Is The New Black 
Stephanie is a marketer, event organizer and avid connector of conscious individuals and brands. Previously she spent four years working for an international events agency, planning luxury events and fashion weeks around the region. Until she had an awakening and now designs events to wake people up, but in a fun, empowering way so that all of us can live more consciously so that we can be happier, healthier and lessen the burden on the planet."

Green Is The New Black

Jess Ong
Zero Waste SG
Jess is the Project Executive of Zero Waste SG. She first gained interest in environmental and waste issues while studying Geography in University, where she also learnt of the interconnectedness of people and their environment. She hopes to bring this connection to people's minds and inspire them to live consciously of the world beyond them.

Zero Waste Sg

Hailin Pek - Zero Waste SG
Hailin is working for Zero Waste SG, a non-profit and non-governmental organisation dedicated to helping Singapore eliminate the concept of waste, and accelerate the shift towards zero waste and the circular economy. It started as a website in 2008 providing tips and resources on waste minimisation and recycling.

Zero Waste

Kim Stengert
Kim Stengert has a wealth of experience spanning 4 countries and 3 continents in almost 2 decades. He has taken on multiple management level positions and consulted Fortune 500 companies through his expertise in digital marketing and business development. As Communications Director for WWF, Kim sits on the Senior Management Team to lead multi-stakeholder campaigns on climate change, sustainable seafood and palm oil issues - advocating for policy commitments and driving behavioural changes amongst mass audience.