Sabine is experienced in sustainability management and assessment, which she has applied to supply chains, projects and technologies. She is currently team leader of the Serbia-based project “Efficient firewood utilization in households” which is a component of the GIZ DKTI programme “Development of a Sustainable Bioenergy Market in Serbia”. The goal of the project is to improve the efficiency of the domestic use of wood fuels for cooking and heating, tackling issues on both the demand and supply side of the wood fuel value chain.
Sabine has been leading projects that involve life cycle assessments of novel chemicals/fuel routes, and strategic implications of the results for businesses and policy makers. She has conducted techno-economic and sustainability assessments, landscaping studies of research and industry activities as well as policy reviews. Before joining E4tech, Sabine lived in Colombia and worked in corporate sustainability strategy, reporting, and stakeholder engagement processes, which she developed and implemented for clients in the energy and FMCG sectors. She completed an MSc in Sustainable Energy Futures (Distinction) from Imperial College London. She has also worked in the non-corporate sector at AIESEC in Switzerland, Colombia and AIESEC International based in the Netherlands, focusing on cross-cultural youth leadership. Sabine has a BSc in Philosophy and Economics from the London School of Economics and she speaks English, German, Spanish, as well as some French and Serbo-Croatian.