These are some of the people and organisations I have worked with and recommend.
Susie Tomson was a key member of my team at London 2012 as Venue Sustainability Advisers and made a huge contribution to our sustainability programme. She now owns and runs Earth to Ocean providing expert advice on sport, recreation and sustainability.
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Amanda Curtis spent three years working with me at London 2012, where she led the sustainability programme for venue and infrastructure development and site-based compliance monitoring at Games time. After several years leading the M&S Plan A environment programme for the Foods division, Amanda is now an independent sustainability expert. She also sits on the BASIS executive committee (British Association for Sustainable Sport) that promotes better sustainability performance within sporting events and venues.
Libi Newell was part of my team that helped the London 2012 Olympic and Paralympic Games become the first ever ISO 20121 certified event, and managed the innovative communications programme, which saw the event become the first zero waste to landfill Games. Libi went on to play a leading role in the sustainability team for the Glasgow Commonwealth Games and is now working as an independent sustainability expert.
James has been working with me on the sustainability programme for an event space in Davos coinciding with the World Economic Forum’s Annual Meeting and hosted by a leading global tech company. James’ focus has been on sustainable building design and optimising resource consumption. He trained as an architect in Cambridge and the RCA. He worked for Herzog and De Meuron and has written extensively for the Architectural Review.
Phil Cumming played a vital role working alongside me for over 6 years at London 2012, where he was responsible for developing our sustainability management system, sustainable sourcing code and many other critical aspects of what made London 2012 so successful. He is now Global Head of CSR and Sustainability – Global Brands and Wallgreen Boots Alliance, and in recent years has continued to support me on special projects, such as the World Economic Forum’s Annual Meeting in Davos, Switzerland.
Run by Jonathan Smith, GEO is the leading authority on sustainability in the golf sector. It is supported by the governing bodies of golf and is the successor to my early work for the European Golf Association Ecology Unit and the ‘Committed to Green’ programme.
Established in 2012 by four senior members of the London 2012 Venues and Infrastructure Team – James Bulley, Paul May, Guy Lodge and Jonathan Branson – Trivandi provides strategic consulting, project management and project assurance on all kinds of venue and infrastructure projects.