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Resilience through flood memory– a comparison of the role of insurance and experience in flood resilience for households and businesses in England (2020)
Book Chapter
Lamond, J., & Bhattacharya-Mis, N. (in press). Resilience through flood memory– a comparison of the role of insurance and experience in flood resilience for households and businesses in England. In J. Mendes, G. Kalonji, R. Jigyasu, & A. Chang-Richards (Eds.), Strengthening Disaster Risk Governance to Manage Disaster RiskElsevier

Developing the Implicit Association Test to uncover hidden preferences for sustainable drainage systems (2020)
Journal Article
O'Donnell, E., Maskrey, S., Everett, G., & Lamond, J. (2020). Developing the Implicit Association Test to uncover hidden preferences for sustainable drainage systems. Philosophical Transactions A: Mathematical, Physical and Engineering Sciences, 378(2168), https://doi.org/10.1098/rsta.2019.0207

Understanding public perceptions of Sustainable Drainage Systems (SuDS) is critical for addressing barriers to their implementation. Perceptions are typically evaluated using explicit measures (e.g. questionnaires) that are subject to biases and may... Read More about Developing the Implicit Association Test to uncover hidden preferences for sustainable drainage systems.

Emerging themes to support ambitious UK marine biodiversity conservation (2020)
Journal Article
Rees, S. E., Sheehan, E. V., Stewart, B. D., Clark, R., Appleby, T., Attrill, M. J., …Solandt, J. (in press). Emerging themes to support ambitious UK marine biodiversity conservation. Marine Policy, https://doi.org/10.1016/j.marpol.2020.103864

Healthy marine ecosystems provide a wide range of resources and services that support life on Earth and contribute to human wellbeing. Marine Protected Areas (MPAs) are accepted as an important tool for the restoration and maintenance of marine ecosy... Read More about Emerging themes to support ambitious UK marine biodiversity conservation.

Coastal adaptation planning in Fairbourne, Wales: Lessons for climate change adaptation (2020)
Journal Article
Buser, M. (in press). Coastal adaptation planning in Fairbourne, Wales: Lessons for climate change adaptation. Planning Practice and Research, https://doi.org/10.1080/02697459.2019.1696145

Adaptation to climate change is emerging as a central objective and policy frame for coastal communities. This paper examines recent climate change adaptation efforts in the UK, centring on the case of Fairbourne, Wales. The village is facing the lon... Read More about Coastal adaptation planning in Fairbourne, Wales: Lessons for climate change adaptation.

Skills gap assessment to enhance the delivery of technical and vocational education: A case study of electrical installation graduates in Ogun and Kaduna states of Nigeria (2020)
Thesis
Awonuga, O. O. Skills gap assessment to enhance the delivery of technical and vocational education: A case study of electrical installation graduates in Ogun and Kaduna states of Nigeria. (Thesis). University of the West of England. Retrieved from https://uwe-repository....ribe.com/output/1490840

Nigeria requires an efficient and a capable skilled workforce to manage the construction industry. The workforce comprises the engineers, technicians and the craftsmen from Nigerian universities, polytechnics and technical colleges. The importance of... Read More about Skills gap assessment to enhance the delivery of technical and vocational education: A case study of electrical installation graduates in Ogun and Kaduna states of Nigeria.

Health and wellbeing in design studio briefs – Architecture and engineering graduating students’ motivations and approaches (2020)
Journal Article
Oliveira, S., Griffin, E., Cash, D., & Marco, E. (2020). Health and wellbeing in design studio briefs – Architecture and engineering graduating students’ motivations and approaches. Building Services Engineering Research and Technology, 41(2), 137-152. https://doi.org/10.1177/0143624419897394

© The Author(s) 2020. The purpose of this paper is to reflect upon architecture and environmental engineering students’ approaches to health and wellbeing issues in design studio project briefs. The design studio project is a key aspect of the studen... Read More about Health and wellbeing in design studio briefs – Architecture and engineering graduating students’ motivations and approaches.

Leading the healthy city: Taking advantage of the power of place (2020)
Journal Article
Hambleton, R. (in press). Leading the healthy city: Taking advantage of the power of place. Cities and Health, https://doi.org/10.1080/23748834.2019.1693793

Creating healthy cities requires the exercise of bold city and community leadership. However, our understanding of the role of local leadership, from inside and outside the state, in bringing about processes that can co-create healthy, just and sust... Read More about Leading the healthy city: Taking advantage of the power of place.

Are we still not there yet? Moving along the gender highway (2019)
Book Chapter
Greed, C. (2019). Are we still not there yet? Moving along the gender highway. In C. Scholten, & T. Joelsson (Eds.), Integrating Gender into Transport Planning: From One to Many Tracks, 192-210. Palgrave Macmillan

This book comprises a collection of international contributions, particularly from Scandinavia, on the extent to which gender has been integrated into transport planning

A health map for architecture: The determinants of health and wellbeing in buildings (2019)
Book Chapter
Rice, L. (2019). A health map for architecture: The determinants of health and wellbeing in buildings. In M. Jones, L. Rice, & F. Meraz (Eds.), Designing for Health and Wellbeing: Home, City, Society, 155-184. Vernon Press

The health crisis facing society, whereby most humans suffer illness, is related to the design of the built environment. The chapter identifies key issues for built environment design professionals to improve the health of architectural environments.... Read More about A health map for architecture: The determinants of health and wellbeing in buildings.

Evaluating flood adaptation governance in the city of Calabar, Nigeria (2019)
Journal Article
Adelekan, I., Adekola, O., Lamond, J., & Eze, E. B. (in press). Evaluating flood adaptation governance in the city of Calabar, Nigeria. Climate and Development, 1-14. https://doi.org/10.1080/17565529.2019.1700771

The increasing demand for cities in developing societies to embed climate adaptation into policies and practices has implications for the governance system which mainly focus on governing by traditional hierarchical forms, and by network while neglec... Read More about Evaluating flood adaptation governance in the city of Calabar, Nigeria.

The blue-green path to urban flood resilience (2019)
Journal Article
O'Donnell, E., Arthur, S., Birkinshaw, S., Butler, D., Dawson, D., Everett, G., …Wright, N. (2020). The blue-green path to urban flood resilience. Blue-Green Systems, 2(1), 28-45. https://doi.org/10.2166/bgs.2019.199

Achieving urban flood resilience at local, regional and national levels requires a transformative change in planning, design and implementation of urban water systems. Flood risk, wastewater and stormwater management should be re-envisaged and transf... Read More about The blue-green path to urban flood resilience.

Designing for Health & Wellbeing: Home, City, Society (2019)
Book
Meraz, F., Rice, L., & Jones, M. (2019). F. Meraz, L. Rice, & M. Jones (Eds.), Designing for Health & Wellbeing: Home, City, Society. Vernon Press

Rapid urbanization represents major threats and challenges to personal and public health. The World Health Organisation identifies the ‘urban health threat’ as three-fold: infectious diseases, non-communicable diseases; and violence and injury from,... Read More about Designing for Health & Wellbeing: Home, City, Society.

Architectures of Drawing: critical drawing as spatial practice (2019)
Presentation / Conference
Banou, S. (2019, November). Architectures of Drawing: critical drawing as spatial practice. Paper presented at UWE Drawing Research Symposium, Arnolfini, Bristol

Architectural drawing relies on long lasting traditions of projective abstraction. Often compared to such analogical processes of thinking as translation from drawing to building (Evans), these conventions define rules for constructing but also for f... Read More about Architectures of Drawing: critical drawing as spatial practice.

Gender and Religion in the City (2019)
Book
Greed, C. (2019). Gender and Religion in the City. London: Taylor & Francis (Routledge)

this book comprises a collection of 15 chapters by a range of contributors covering the main branches of Christianity, plus Islam, secularism and paganism, The book seeks to investigate how gender, urban space and religion interact in shaping urban s... Read More about Gender and Religion in the City.

An Exploration of Key Concepts in Application of In Situ Processes for Recovery of Resources from High-volume Industrial and Mine Wastes (2019)
Book Chapter
Sinnett, D., Sapsford, D., & Crane, R. (2019). An Exploration of Key Concepts in Application of In Situ Processes for Recovery of Resources from High-volume Industrial and Mine Wastes. In L. E. Macaskie, D. J. Sapsford, & W. M. Mayes (Eds.), Resource Recovery from Wastes: Towards a Circular Economy, (141 - 167). Royal Society of Chemistry. https://doi.org/10.1039/9781788016353

This chapter presents a synthesis of key concepts concerning the potential application of in situ leaching processes for direct and indirect resource recovery (with emphasis on metals) from wastes. The global stocks of industrial and mining wastes (I... Read More about An Exploration of Key Concepts in Application of In Situ Processes for Recovery of Resources from High-volume Industrial and Mine Wastes.

A guide to architecture for the public health workforce (2019)
Journal Article
Marsh, R., Pilkington, P., & Rice, L. (2020). A guide to architecture for the public health workforce. Public Health, 178, 120-123. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.puhe.2019.09.013

Background Public health and environmental challenges facing the world in the 21st century, including the ageing population, increasing urbanisation, rise of non-communicable diseases and climate instability, require an interdisciplinary response.... Read More about A guide to architecture for the public health workforce.

Considering institutional logics in building performance evaluation research (2019)
Conference Proceeding
Oliveira, S., & Baborska-Narożny, M. (2020). Considering institutional logics in building performance evaluation research. In L. C. Jain, A. Capozzoli, R. J. Howlett, & J. Littlewood (Eds.), Sustainability in Energy and Buildings, (701-710). https://doi.org/10.1007/978-981-32-9868-2_59

The purpose of this paper is to reflect upon potential analytical benefits of institutional theory in the study of building performance evaluation (BPE) practice. BPE studies have mostly been based on descriptive empirical insights with little concep... Read More about Considering institutional logics in building performance evaluation research.

A web-based design for occupational safety and health capability maturity indicator (2019)
Journal Article
Poghosyan, A., Manu, P., Mahamadu, A., Akinade, O., Mahdjoubi, L., Gibb, A., & Behm, M. (2020). A web-based design for occupational safety and health capability maturity indicator. Safety Science, 122, https://doi.org/10.1016/j.ssci.2019.104516

It has been established that design contributes to the occurrence of occupational injuries and illnesses in the construction sector. This has resulted in the need for designers to implement design for occupational safety and health (DfOSH), which is... Read More about A web-based design for occupational safety and health capability maturity indicator.