Dr Fabian Sack

Sustainably

Dr Fabian Sack

Fabian has been a thought leader in sustainability for over two decades. He led Sydney Water’s sustainability change program for ten years and has since held senior private and public sector roles building capacity in the infrastructure and energy sectors.

He currently sits on the Total Environment Centre (TEC) management committee and on the National Climate Change Adaptation Research Facility (NCCARF) project review committee. Fabian sat for 4 years on the St Vincent’s Human Research Ethics Committee (HREC) and for 3 years was secretary to the Sydney Water Business Ethics Committee.

Fabian’s doctoral research was in corporate environmental ethics. He is an Honorary associate of the University of Sydney and he has published research on corporate environmental ethics, skills for sustainability, ecological footprinting and social assessment. He leads a range of vocational and professional courses. He is a Fellow and active member of the Environment Institute of Australia and New Zealand (EIANZ) and is recognised as a Certified Sustainability Professional by the International Society of Sustainability Professionals (ISSP).

Most importantly, Fabian enjoys bringing this experience and knowledge to bear in very practical ways, by connecting people, by fostering learning and by nurturing a sense of humour.