Clive Shrubsole

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Dr Clive Shrubsole is a Senior Research Associate - Environmental and Healthy Buildings, within the UCL Institute for Environmental Design and Engineering, of The Bartlett School of Environment Energy and Resources currently investigating the determinants of CO exposure in the English housing stock, modelling current and possible future risks.

He specialises in the formation, movement and impact of airborne pollutants particularly as this affects the indoor environment and health and is a member of the Complex Built Environment Systems Group (CBES) at UCL and the IBPSA.

Clive explores the adaptation of the built environment to a warming climate in the contxt of the 'wellbeing' agenda, investigating what makes environmental and healthy buildings. Utilising both monitoring and micro environmental modelling approaches he investigates changes in the indoor environment the context of policy objectives; currently the formation, movement and impact of airborne pollutants and health.

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Journal article

8 Mar 2018


Internationally, buildings are a major contributor to carbon emissions. Despite significant advances in the technology and construction of energy-efficient buildings, in many cases a performance gap between designed and actual performance exists. While much research has investigated the drivers of the building...

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