Gobion Rowlands is the Chairman and co-founder of Red Redemption Ltd – the very successful Oxford based independent developers of socially positive computer games that brought climate change to the international gaming marketplace. Their new title Fate of the World launched October 2010. Gobion’s environmental gaming industry expertise has led him to be appointed a “Fellow of the Royal Society of Arts” (FRSA) in 2008, a “Fellow of the Royal Geographical Society” (FRGS) and a “Fellow of the Royal Institution” (FRI) in 2010 and an ‘in demand’ speaker and writer on numerous subjects including serious computer games, social enterprise, climate change and communication. He also spent a year as an Affiliate Researcher of Sustainability and Communications for the Environmental Change Institute at Oxford University and recently lectured at the Skoll School of Social Enterprise and the University of the Creative Arts. Under Gobion’s guidance Red Redemption has won a number of awards and grants including a UK government Department of Trade and Industry (DTI) “Smart Innovation Award,” a UK government Department of the Environment, Food and Rural Affairs (Defra) “Climate Challenge Award.” He was also nominated for a World Economic Forum Technology Pioneer award in 2009.