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Sarah Frazee

Herding for Health Climate Project Director, GCF Botswana

Location
South Africa
Languages
English

Sarah Frazee

Herding for Health Climate Project Director, GCF Botswana

Sarah Frazee is passionate about and dedicated to global biodiversity conservation with a keen interest in the role of business and economics in conservation.

Sarah Frazee is passionate about and dedicated to global biodiversity conservation with a keen interest in the role of business and economics in conservation. Born in the United States to a family of academic world historians, her extensive travel in her youth as a “faculty brat” gave rise to a fascination of the wonders of the world which has motivated her 15-year career with Conservation International. 

Sarah has worked in Indonesia, the Philippines, Madagascar and Ghana. After earning her master's degree from the University of Cape Town on modelling the costs of conserving the Cape Floristic environment, she became the director of Conservation International's South Africa program in 2000.  The program became the independent NGO Conservation South Africa in 2010, and Sarah now guides an organizational portfolio that focuses on the role of healthy ecosystem’s role in greening economic development, food security and land reform, and building resilience to climate change.

Sarah Frazee is passionate about and dedicated to global biodiversity conservation with a keen interest in the role of business and economics in conservation. Born in the United States to a family of academic world historians, her extensive travel in her youth as a “faculty brat” gave rise to a fascination of the wonders of the world which has motivated her 15-year career with Conservation International. 

Sarah has worked in Indonesia, the Philippines, Madagascar and Ghana. After earning her master's degree from the University of Cape Town on modelling the costs of conserving the Cape Floristic environment, she became the director of Conservation International's South Africa program in 2000.  The program became the independent NGO Conservation South Africa in 2010, and Sarah now guides an organizational portfolio that focuses on the role of healthy ecosystem’s role in greening economic development, food security and land reform, and building resilience to climate change.

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Adaptation, Climate Change, Ecosystem Services, Food Security, Green Economies, Sustainable Agriculture
Location
South Africa
Languages
English