Benita has a deep passion for the environment as a nature lover. She has a background in marine biology and conducted research throughout Indonesia, Australia and Mexico as an underwater scientist. Throughout her career she has worked relentlessly to incorporate environmental elements in her projects. She curated the Save the Sharks campaign with Ocean Geography Society in 2011, with over 1000 students and leading scientist Dr. Sylvia Earle. In summer 2015, she led 10 students from the Youth Arch Foundation to explore life in the Indonesian wilderness, and produced videos on fair trade, sustainable development and orangutans.
Here are some of her interviews on sustainability:
- Showing up for the Sustainable Development Goals (Hashtag Impact, May 2021)
- Citizen Science with City Nature Challenge (Trashtalk in RTHK, March 2021)