Our accredited organizations
LightBlue Environmental Consulting is a for-profit social enterprise founded in 2012 with the vision to reconcile Operation Excellence with Sustainability.
LightBlue's team has spent 7 years developing unique skills, technologies, and methodologies to minimize food waste for International Hotel Groups (e.g. Marriott, Hyatt, Accor), Government Agencies (TCEB), International Organizations (Michelin Guide Thailand, WWF, GIZ Laos), and Restaurant Groups (Cofoco) in 8 countries
Our accredited consultants
United Kingdom (London)
Ruweyda is a sustainability consultant who discovered the field of Environmental Sciences at the University of Lausanne. After spending a year abroad finishing up her Bachelor’s degree at University College Dublin, she then went on to the University of Edinburgh where she completed her MSc in Carbon Management, with research focused on Life Cycle Assessments. Passionate about sustainability and reducing all types of waste, Ruweyda is very happy to have undertaken the course to become an accredited consultant for the Pledge on Food waste and is looking forward to working directly with companies and organisations on this topic
Ben is the Co-Founder and Director of Rethink2gether, a sustainability consulting company based in Vancouver. Rethink2gether’s vision is to create a world where avoidable food waste no longer exists. Ben's expertise lies in food waste prevention, climate change and sustainable business models. He has a proven ability to adopt a systematic approach and maximize benefits for his clients. With over 8 years' experience consulting organizations throughout the food supply chain, he is also an Executive MBA Candidate. The PLEDGE has a great consultant in him for all clients in Canada.
Pierre has worked in food waste prevention consulting and specifically on the development of The PLEDGE, thus he can successfully drive an organization through the implantation of this food waste program.
He is passionate about sustainability and circular economics. Pierre thinks small changes matter as well as participating in moving the big picture in the right direction. He advocates for a different vision on global waste and how we should see it as an opportunity to become more efficient.
Spain (Gran Canaria) and Belgium
Marcel is an experienced hospitality professional with over 30 years of experience in managing events and hotel operations in Europe and West Africa. More recently he leads a team of Risk and Safety Managers in several European destinations for a leading UK Tour Operator, supporting hoteliers to meet strict health and safety standards.
Having successfully achieved Travelife GOLD awards consistently during his hotel management career, Marcel trained as a Travelife auditor and continues to champion sustainability in hospitality. He now compliments this experience as a certified consultant for The PLEDGE on Food Waste and looks forward to supporting businesses in the HORECA sector on their journey to achieving The PLEDGE certification.
Business strategy and management are at the heart of Lauren’s education and she chose sustainability as an area of expertise. Lauren was a consultant for 5 years for sustainability and innovation consulting firms, working on reputation risk management and stakeholder engagement. Appalled at the waste footprint of tourism, she joined LightBlue as Operations and Strategy Senior Manager and supports hotels and restaurants to cut on food waste. Lauren is also a certified sustainable tourism auditor.
Claudine is a Consultant, Researcher and Project Manager with 15 years' international experience in natural resource management, sustainability and climate change. She supports hotels, tour operators, tourist attractions, schools and other organisations, to monitor and manage their environmental footprint and implement systems and strategies to improve energy and water efficiency and reduce waste.
Danielle is the founder and director of Detroit-based Make Food Not Waste. Founded in 2017, Make Food Not Waste helps businesses and individuals gain the skills needed to prevent sending food to landfills. Danielle built the organization on the premise that wasting food is not only fundamentally avoidable but is also relatively straightforward. Through partnerships with local and national organizations, Make Food Not Waste supports a variety of prevention, recovery, and diversion efforts to help build a waste-free future.
Our accredited representatives
Carol is a certified and accredited facilitator for Accountability and Leadership.
As an Accountability Practitioner, Carol is zealous about building a culture of Zero Food Waste Accountability in the hospitality Industry in Africa.
She partners with hotels & restaurants that are serious and committed to contribute to a Zero Hunger society, uphold Responsible Food Consumption and Production and act on Climate Change.
Carol is based in South Africa but operates in many other countries in Africa, making her an ideal partner for the development of The PLEDGE on the continent.
Spain (Canary Islands)
Jo is a sustainability professional and experienced health and safety auditor, with over 20 years in the travel industry. With a specific focus on waste and resource reduction, she works extensively with hotels and accommodation providers around the world, supporting management teams to make practical and realistic changes that acknowledge the commercial realities of the hospitality industry. Her approach champions actions that work in tandem with the customer experience and that emphasise strong communications and engagement with both staff and guests.
Become intimate with The PLEDGE and build your career as a Food Waste Consultant! Acquire specific knowledge, coupled with robust methodology and actionable tools, to confidently accompany YOUR customers through the certification process.
You are not only answering the demand of a growing crowd of foodies with an increasing appetite for responsible dining options, but you are also creating your own responsible business too.
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