Task podcast

Written by Matthew Rickard
on June 24, 2022

Steph L Dickson is a leading voice in sustainability in Asia. She founded Green Is The New Black, Asia's first Conscious Festival and media platform, that uses stories, curated experiences to advocate for social & behavioural change that leads to little green steps with big impact. Her mission is to make conscious living mainstream, accessible and sexy.

Steph is also the host of the Live Wide Awake podcast, which brings conversations to life at the intersections of consciousness and climate change, sustainability and Spirituality.

As a founding member of UNTAM3D, Steph is also part of a collective force carving out a place for APAC Women+ in Web3 for impact.

hiwh6NNy_400x400She is regularly asked to conduct talks and workshops on conscious living, rethinking and driving sustainability at work, inspiring keynotes on actionable green steps for meaningful change and eco-anxiety. She has conducted talks and workshops in cities around Asia and in the UK.

As a changemaker in the green space, Steph has been described as a "sustainability entrepreneur helping Asia businesses combat climate change" (CNBC) and a "force of nature" (Honeycombers). She is also a two-time TEDx speaker (P&G), a Gen.T by Tatler Leader of Tomorrow (2020), and Prestige 40 Under 40 (2018).

For speaking, workshops, or hosting, contact:

IG: @stephldickson



Other social links for Steph:

UNTAM3D Fb Group -

During the podcast Steph also referenced the following organisations:


If you enjoyed this podcast why not listen to others? Subscribe now...

Speak Your Mind

You may also like:


The importance of collaboration as we work towards a greener world - chatting with Will Richardson

Sustainable Business Podcast Host | Fellow IEMA | EMS Implementor | ISO 14001 | Proud BCorp Owner Founder and CEO Will e...

UN SDGs Employee engagement CSR

Supporting the Goals with Colin Curtis

On this episode we speak with Colin Curtis the Managing Director of Support the Goals, an initiative to rate and recogni...