established the architecture firm Exploration in 2007 to focus on environmentally sustainable projects that take their inspiration from nature. Prior to this, Mr. Pawlyn worked with the architectural firm Grimshaw for ten years and was central to the team that radically re-invented horticultural architecture for the internationally acclaimed Eden Project. Mr. Pawlyn widely gives presentations on the subject of sustainable design his book ‘Biomimicry in Architecture’ was published by the Royal Institute of British Architects.
studied zoology at Oxford and Stirling Universities before joining Max Fordham llp in 1980 to be a Consulting building services engineer. He is now senior partner in Max Fordham llp and Technology Manager in SFP AS. Mr. Watts has spent over 30 years designing the environmental services installations in buildings and introducing innovative sustainable ways of making buildings comfortable. More recently, Mr. Watts has also been involved in shaping the wider agenda of energy and resource use in the UK. He is now involved in developing novel engineering solutions and products to address issues of resource use.
is President of the Bellona Foundation, an environmental organization with a strong tradition for identifying innovative solutions to environmental problems. Mr. Hauge is vice chairman of the European Commission’s Technology Platform on Zero Emission Fossil Fuel Power Plants (ZEP) and Board Member of the EU Biofuels Platform. Hauge also serves in the advisory group to the EU Energy Commissioner for establishing a roadmap on how to decarbonize Europe towards 2050. Mr. Hauge has won numerous awards for his work, and Time Magazine has named him a “Hero of the Environment”.