Services & techniques

Broadly speaking, the work we do can be broken down into four service streams, set out below. In order to provide these services, we utilise a wide range of tools, listed further down the page. While there is inevitably some overlap - facilitating stakeholder meetings is both a stand-alone service and a tool, for instance - this page should help to demonstrate our key competencies.  

Brook Lyndhurst Blog

  • Food waste in restaurants: out of home, out of mind?

    This blog was originally written by Brook Lyndhurst for The Guardian Sustainable Business portal. It can be found in its original location here: http://www.theguardian.com/sustainable-business/food-waste-eating-out-restaurants In a recent survey most people identified chips as the food they left uneaten and many saw salad garnishes as purely ornamental Photograph: Alamy Q. How many people leave food at the end [...] 

  • Waste prevention 2014

    On Tuesday I spoke at the Westminster Forum event entitled: “Reducing and managing waste: implementing the Waste Prevention Programme and moving towards a ‘zero waste’ economy”. With five minutes to speak, I thought I’d say five things. I decided to make my remarks from a demand side perspective, drawing on a mix of Brook Lyndhurst’s [...] 

  • Shifting energy cultures

    I’ve just come back from researching energy in New Zealand. It turns out there are some pretty fundamental differences in the production and consumption of energy between the UK and  New Zealand. Below are a few examples and accompanying observations and anecdotes regarding possible reasons why this might be the case. At the end I’ll [...]