Senior Lecturer in Environmental Design, University of East London
I am a Senior Lecturer in Environmental Design at the School of Architecture in the University of East London. I have 17 years’ experience as a consultant in environmental sustainability for buildings. I also provide Green Building design courses for Green Building Councils around Europe, and am an Environmental Assessor for festivals and outdoor events with A Greener Festival.
My research interest relate to sustainability, green buildings, green events and energy use.
Julien A. (2014). Rapid Energy Savings in London’s Households to Mitigate an Energy Crisis, PhD Thesis, University College London, UK.
Julien A., Hamilton, I., Croxford, B., (2014). Environmental Masterplanning: Defining an Integrated Approach, In Carmona, M., Explorations in Urban Design, An Urban Design Research Primer, Ashgate, Bartlett School of Planning, UCL, London, pp. pp. 135 – 143.
Darby, S.J., Griffin, P.W., Julien, A., Killip, G., Morton, C., and Summerfield, A. (2014) Demand Reduction - Synthesis of Findings from the UKERC Phase 2 Demand Theme, 2009-2013 (Working Paper). UKERC Report UKERC/WP/ED/2014/001. UKERC: London
Julien A., Barratt M., Croxford B., (2011). Rapid Energy Savings in London’s Households to Mitigate an Energy Crisis, BECC Conference 2011, Washington.
Selected Conferences and Talks:
Conference talk at the RGS-IBG Mid-term Conference 2013: Geographical Transitions, 25-27th March 2013, University of Birmingham, UK
Conference talk at the International Conference on Affordable Sustainable Housing 2013, Procure, Produce, Perform - 7th January 2013, Sheffield School of Architecture (SSoA), UK.
Debate secondment and presentation and for the UKERC Annual Assembly 2011 29 June to 1 July, and 2013 University of Warwick, UK.
Conference talk at the “BECC (Behavior, Energy and Climate Change)” conference, 30 November to 2 December 2011, Washington, USA.
The warmer it gets, the more people crank up the air conditioning (AC). In fact, AC is booming in nations across the world: its predicted that around two thirds of the worlds households could have an air conditioner by...
After years of depressing images of huge fields strewn with abandoned tents and rubbish in the aftermath of music festivals, it was heartening to hear Glastonbury Festival organisers claim that 99% of festival-goers tents...