Clive Shrubsole is a Research Associate within the Bartlett school of Graduate Studies at UCL currently investigating the unintended consequences of decarbonising the built environment. He is in the process of writing up his PhD thesis titled "Changes in Exposure to PM2.5 in Dwellings: An Unintended Consequence of Energy Efficient Refurbishment of the Housing Stock".
He currently 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 University College London, Associate Editor of 'Indoor and Built Environment' -a peer-reviewed research journal- a committee member of the UK Indoor Environments Group (UKIEG) and a member of the IBPSA.
Utilising complex micro environmental modelling approaches to investigate changes in the indoor environment in the context of policy objectives, Clive explores the adaptation of the built environment to a warming climate using energy efficient retrofit technologies and ventilation strategies.
Clive also has a wide range of industrial and professional management expertise gained within the construction sector primarily involving project management and the application of specialist material science and technologies. In addition, he has a strong track record in sales and marketing.