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Sabrina holds a BSc. in Biology (University of Geneva), a MSc. in Environmental Economics (The University of Queensland) and she recently finished a PhD research that explores food packaging reduction in food systems within a degrowth economy. She is an associate lecturer (The University of Queensland).

In 2017, Sabrina founded the Brisbane Tool Library, a not-for-profit organisation that based on a bottom-up circular economy aims to reduce household consumption.

Sabrina worked for a more sustainable society in different countries, including Kenya, Mexico, Ecuador, Australia and across Europe. Founder, activist, speaker, author and researcher, Sabrina is invested in creating a systemic change that will build a more socially just and ecologically sustainable postgrowth society.


  • 2018–present
    PhD candidate , The University of Queensland
  • 2017–present
    Founder, Brisbane Tool Library


  • 2016 
    The University of Queensland, MSc Environmental Economics
  • 2014 
    The University of Geneva, BSc Biology


  • 2017
    Building a sustainable society: the necessity to change the term consumer, Interdisciplinary Journal of Partnership Studies (IJPS)
  • 2017
    Consumer, citizen or a new definition? The necessity to change both the term and our behaviour, Positive Steps to a steady state economy (pp. 380-387)