Andrews, Clinton J.

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Clinton Andrews studies how people use the built environment and the implications for energy, resilience, sustainability, and health. He builds simulation models that capture key interactions among people, technologies, and the natural environment, and tests novel methods for collecting field data in urban settings He teaches energy planning, industrial ecology, environmental planning, coastal risk, and quantitative methods. He is a Professor of Urban Planning, Director of the Rutgers Center for Green Building, and Associate Dean for Research at the Bloustein School.

Journal articles:

Tsoulou, I., Andrews, C. J., He, R., Mainelis, G., & Senick, J. (2020). Summertime thermal conditions and senior resident behaviors in public housing: A case study in Elizabeth, NJ, USA. Building and Environment, 168, 106411.

Hewitt, E., Oberg, A., Coronado, C., & Andrews, C. (2019). Assessing “green” and “resilient” building features using a purposeful systems approach. Sustainable Cities and Society, 48, 101546.

Chandra‐Putra, H., & Andrews, C. J. (2020). An integrated model of real estate market responses to coastal flooding. Journal of Industrial Ecology, 24(2), 424-435.

Andrews, C. J. (2020). Toward a research agenda on climate‐related migration. Journal of Industrial Ecology, 24(2), 331-341.

Kopp, R. E., Andrews, C. J., Broccoli, A., Garner, A., Kreeger, D., Leichenko, R., ... & Auermuller, L. (2019). New Jersey's Rising Seas and Changing Coastal Storms: Report of the 2019 Science and Technical Advisory Panel.

Ferraro, C., Jordan, R., Kopp, R. E., Bond, S. L., Gong, J., Andrews, C. J., ... & McDonnell, J. (2020). Training students to improve coastal resilience. In Preparing Students for Community-Engaged Scholarship in Higher Education (pp. 347-360). IGI Global.

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