Dr David Grierson is Deputy Head of Architecture and Director of Internationalisation at the Department of Architecture, University of Strathclyde Glasgow, where he also chairs the Graduate School of Engineering.

(See my biography page for more information).


Publications:
The Urban Environment: Agendas and Problems

Scale and character of contemporary urbanisation and urban growth particularly within the developing nations, and the physical arrangement of cities, their resource consumption and their environmental impact.

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Health Problems Associated with the Built Environment in Areas of Rapid Urbanization and Poverty

This paper will address the health impacts of marginalization, social exclusion, and inequity associated with built form and dispersed settlement patterns.

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Towards Sustainable Building Design

This paper will discuss the the articulation of a sustainable design management system adressing themes of Human Impact, Environmental Impact, Pollution Prevention, Sustainability Management, Resource Efficiency, and Energy Efficiency

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The Shift from a Mechanistic to an Ecological Paradigm

This paper identifies the roots of both a mechanistic and an ecological paradigm and describes significant aspects of a shift from one world view to the other.

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Towards a Framework for University-wide Postgraduate Programmes in Sustainability

This paper describes an interdisciplinary initiative underway at the University of Strathclyde to develop a university-wide framework for a new Strathclyde Masters programme in Sustainability, in concert with relevant stakeholders.

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Architectural Design Principles and Processes for Sustainability: Towards a Typology of Sustainable Building Design

This paper examines how sustainability is embedded into design methodology and mapped onto, or has transformed, the design process.

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Learning for Change: Cross-disciplinary Postgraduate Programmes in Sustainability

Recent Scottish Government policy documents provide context for the development of a University-wide cross-disciplinary programme in sustainability. The paper describes recent work in this area at the University of Strathclyde.

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Learning Lessons from the Scottish School Building Programme: Providing an Accessible, Sustainable Environment for 21st Century Education

The largest Scottish school building programme is currently underway. This paper reflects on the performance of new and refurbished schools in meeting the requirements of 21st century education.

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