Scotland the Hydro Nation: annual report 2016

Records the development of our Hydro Nation policy agenda and reports on progress since the publication of the second annual report in 2015.

Annex B Hydro Nation Forum Members

  • Chair: Roseanna Cunningham MSP, Cabinet Secretary for Environment, Climate Change and Land Reform.
  • Professor Robert Ferrier, Director of Research Impact, James Hutton Institute.
  • Dr Douglas Henderson, Senior Lecturer and School Director of Student Enterprise at Edinburgh Napier University (stood down July 2015).
  • Chrysoula Pantsi, Edinburgh Napier University School of Engineering and Built Environment.
  • Councillor Stephen Hagan, Spokesperson for the Environment and Regeneration Team at COSLA.
  • Dr Michael Gormley, School of the Built Environment at Heriot-Watt University.
  • Dr Howard Dryden, Founder of Dryden Aqua.
  • Dr Alan MacDonald, Principal Hydrogeologist at the British Geological Survey.
  • Terry A'Hearn, Chief Executive Scottish Environment Protection Agency.
  • Professor Robert Kalin, Professor of Environmental Engineering for Sustainability at Strathclyde University.
  • Steve Dunlop, Chief Executive of Scottish Canals.
  • Professor George Fleming, Founder and Chairman of EnviroCentre.
  • May East, Chief Executive at CIFAL Scotland.
  • Galen Fulford, Managing Partner of Biomatrix Water Technology.
  • Professor Simon Parsons, Director of Strategic Customer Service Planning, Scottish Water.
  • Dr David Johnstone, Senior Visiting Research Associate at the School of Geography and the Environment, University of Oxford.
  • Lisa Webb, Convener of Freshwater Taskforce at Scottish Environment Link.
  • Alan Simpson, Chairman of the Institute of Civil Engineers.
  • Professor Chris Spray, Chair of Water Science & Policy, UNESCO Centre for Water Law, Policy and Science, University of Dundee
  • Professor Gordon Hughes, Chairman at the Water Industry Commission for Scotland.
  • Nick Lyth, Director, Green Angel Syndicate.
  • Jan Reid, Senior Manager, Low Carbon Technologies at Scottish Enterprise.
  • Diane Duncan, Head of Low Carbon and Environmental Clean Technologies at Highlands and Islands Enterprise.


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