Brook Lyndhurst has extensive experience of researching food, consumption and consumers. So, we decided to try and capture it all in one place and produce a 'brochure'.
Here is the result: Brook Lyndhurst - The Food Issue.
Brook Lyndhurst is an independent research and strategy consultancy. We work on projects that are concerned with understanding, promoting and delivering sustainable development.
Brook Lyndhurst conducted an investigation into consumer responses to, and understanding of, the terms used to refer to 'green' issues, from recycling to air miles; and from carbon footprints to water neutrality. This research informed Defra's 2011 guidance on the use of green claims.
Brook Lyndhurst is undertaking research for the Welsh Government to investigate the potential role of co-production models in sustainable development. The objectives of the research are to assess the applicability of co-production models to the work of the Welsh Government and its delivery partners, and produce a set of principles for developing environmental co-production projects in Wales.
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I’ve just moved into a new apartment in London, which has one of these (see picture): In case you’re not sure, it’s an electricity meter, complete with ‘key’. Using PayPoints in local shops, you pay in advance for electricity you are going to use in cash (cards not accepted). This balance gets digitally recorded on [...]