Professor and Associate Dean for Planning and New Initiatives
Director, Rutgers Center for Green BuildingSc.B. with Honors, Engineering, Brown University; S.M., Technology and Policy, Massachusetts Institute of Technology; Ph.D., Regional Planning, Massachusetts Institute of Technology
- Use of technical knowledge in environmental decisionmaking
- Environmental management
- Energy policy
- Social science aspects of industrial ecology
Clint Andrews is a professor in the Bloustein School of Planning and Public Policy at Rutgers University, and was previously director of the Urban Planning program. His expertise is in the substance and processes of energy and environmental planning and policy. He was educated at Brown and MIT as an engineer and planner. He is a member of the American Institute of Certified Planners, a LEED Accredited Professional , and a licensed Professional Engineer. Previous experience includes working in the private sector on energy issues, helping to launch an energy policy project at MIT, and helping to found a science policy program at Princeton. Andrews currently serves on the Board of Governors of the American Collegiate Schools of Planning, and is a past member of the Board of Directors of the Institute for Electrical and Electronics Engineers (IEEE) and the International Society for Industrial Ecology, and a winner of the IEEE’s 3rd Millenium Medal. His books include Industrial Ecology and Global Change, Regulating Regional Power Systems, and Humble Analysis: The Practice of Joint Fact Finding.
- Industrial Ecology
- Methods of Planning Analysis II
- Seminar in Urban Planning—Green Buildings
- Graduate Planning Studios
Chapters in Books or Monographs
- 2014: Hyunsoo Park and Clinton J. Andrews, “City Planning and Energy Use,” updated entry in Cleveland, C., ed., Encyclopedia of Energy, San Diego, CA: Elsevier, 2014 (2004).
- 2012: Clinton J. Andrews, Jennifer A. Senick, Richard E. Wener, “Incorporating occupant perceptions and behavior into BIM,” chapter 20 (pp. 234-46) in Shauna Mallory- Hill, Wolfgang F.E. Preiser & Chris Watson, eds., Enhancing Building Performance, Oxford: Blackwell, 2012.
- 2012: Clinton J. Andrews and Robert H. Friis, “Green living: Reducing the individual’s carbon footprint,” chapter 23 (pp. 455-473 in Robert H. Friis, ed., The Praeger Handbook of Environmental Health, Santa Barbara: Praeger, 2012.
- 2012: Clinton J. Andrews, “Planning,” chapter 64 (pp. 1005-1008) in Edward N. Ziegler, ed., Encyclopedia of Environmental Science and Engineering, 6th ed., Boca Raton: CRC Press, 2012.
- 2011: Frank Felder, Clinton Andrews, and Seth Hulkower. “Which energy future?” chapter in F.P. Sioshansi, ed., Energy, Sustainability and the Environment: Technology, Incentives, Behavior, Amsterdam: Elsevier.
- 2011: Clinton J. Andrews, Lisa Dewey-Mattia, Judd Schechtman, and Matthias Mayr. :Alternative energy and land use,” chapter in The Environment, Climate Change, and Land Policies, Cambridge, MA: Lincoln Institute of Land Policy.
Articles in Refereed Journals
- 2015: Elizabeth Hewitt, Clinton Andrews, Uta Krogmann, Jennifer Senick, Richard Wener, and MaryAnn Soresen Allacci, Distinguishing
between green building occupants’ reasoned and unplanned behaviours, Building Research and Information (2015).
- 2015: H. Chandra Putra, J. Chen, C. Andrews, Eco-evolutionary pathways toward industrial cities, Journal of Industrial Ecology, March 2015,
- 2015: Youyou Xiong, Uta Krogmann, Gediminas Mainelis, Lisa A. Rodenberg, Clinton J. Andrews, Indoor air quality in green buildings: A case study in a residential high-rise building in the northeastern US, J. Environ. Science & Health, Part A 50(2015): 225-242.
- 2015: Handi Chandra Putra, Haiyan Zhang, Clinton J. Andrews, “Modeling real estate market responses to coastal flooding,” Journal of
Artificial Societies and Social Simulation, March 2015, 18(2).
- 2014: Martín Mosteiro-Romero, Uta Krogmann, Holger Wallbaum, York Ostermeyer, Jennifer S. Senick, Clinton J. Andrews, “Relative importance of electricity sources and construction practices in residential buildings: A Swiss-US comparison of energy relatedlife-cycle impacts,” Energy and Buildings 68(2014): 620-631.
- 2013: Lilli Linkola, Clinton J. Andrews and Thorsten Schuetze, “An agent based model of household water use, Water 5(2013): 1082-1100.
- 2011: Clinton Andrews, Daniel Yi, Jennifer A. Senick, and Richard E. Wener, “Designing buildings for real occupants: An agent-based approach,” IEEE Transactions on Systems, Man, and Cybernetics, Part A, 41(6)(November 2011):1077-91.
Articles in Non-refereed or General Journals
- 2013: Clinton J. Andrews, “Policy Perspectives: Empowering sustainable consumption,” IEEE Technology and Society Magazine, Fall 2013, 32(3): 8–9.
- 2011: Clinton J. Andrews, “”Does the Fukushima accident significantly change the nuclear footprint?” Electricity Journal 24(6)(July 2011): 36-39.
- 2011: Clinton J. Andrews, “Policy Perspectives: What I learned from the recession,” IEEE Technology and Society Magazine, Spring 2011, 30(2): 6–7.
- 2013: Michael Manzella, Jennifer A. Senick, Clinton J. Andrews, NJ Climate Choice Home Pilot Project: Life Cycle Costing (LCC) Analysis, Report prepared for the New Jersey Office of Clean Energy, Rutgers Center for Green Building.
- 2013: Steven Malenchak, Ishanie Niyogi, Clinton Andrews, Energy Use and Resident Behavior: Case study of energy-saving interventions in an affordable multifamily building in South Bronx, NY, Report prepared for the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development Healthy Homes Program, Rutgers Center for Green Building.
- 2013: Clinton J. Andrews, Gedi Mainelis, Richard Wener, MaryAnn Sorensen Allacci, Deborah Plotnik, Jennifer Senick, Irina Feygina, Olga Autote, Swetha Ramkumar, Tiffany Pryce, Rewa Marathe, Jiayi Ding, Expanding the Definition of Green: Impacts of Green and Active Living Design on Health in Low Income Housing: Added Value of Behavioral Interventions as part of an Integrated Service Delivery Model, Report prepared for the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development Healthy Homes Program, Rutgers Center for Green Building.
- 2013: Jennifer A. Senick, Jennifer Souder, Clinton J. Andrews, Municipal Guidance for Promoting Energy Efficiency in the Private Sector, Report prepared for the Energy Efficient Buildings Hub, Rutgers Center for Green Building.
- 2013: MaryAnn Sorensen Allacci, Jennifer A. Senick, Clinton J. Andrews, Post-Retrofit Assessment of Lighting & HVAC Conditions in Three Tenanted Buildings: Liberty-PECO Smart Grid Investment Grant Program, Report prepared for the Energy Efficient Buildings Hub, Rutgers Center for Green Building.
- 2013: Jennifer A. Senick, MaryAnn Sorensen Allacci, Clinton J Andrews, Occupant Behavior in Response to Energy-Saving Retrofits and Operations, Report for the Energy Efficient Buildings Hub, Rutgers Center for Green Building.
- 2013: Clinton J. Andrews, Handi Chandra Putra, Simulation Modeling of Occupant Behavior in Commercial Buildings, Report prepared for the Energy Efficient Buildings Hub, Rutgers Center for Green Building.
- 2012: Clinton J Andrews, Jennifer A. Senick, Energy Efficiency and Occupant Behavior, Report prepared for the Energy Efficient Buildings Hub, Rutgers Center for Green Building.
- 2011: Clinton J Andrews, Jennifer Senick, Michael Kornitas, Kristin Crandall, Kerven Montfort, Deborah Plotnik, Eric Tuvel, Costs and Benefits of Residential Energy Efficiency Investments, Report prepared for the New Jersey Association of Realtors, Rutgers Center for Green Building.
- “Policy Perspectives: Innovation as an energy policy for the world,” IEEE Technology and Society Magazine, Summer 2009, 28(2): 5–6, Clinton J. Andrews
- “Living with Technology: New Jersey Acts on Energy and Climate Change,” IEEE Technology and Society Magazine, Fall 2007, 26(3): 6-7, Clinton J. Andrews, Skip Jonas, and Randall Solomon.
- “Policy Perspectives: While the window is open on global warming…,” IEEE Technology and Society Magazine, Summer 2007, 26(2): 5-6.
- “Engaged engineering,” Proceedings of the IEEE, January 2007, 94(1): 3-4, Clinton J. Andrews and Peter Wiesner.
- “Scanning the issue: The hydrogen economy,” Proceedings of the IEEE, October 2006, 94(10): 1781-1784, Saifur Rahman and Clinton J. Andrews.
- “Policy Perspectives: Practicing technological citizenship,” IEEE Technology and Society Magazine, Spring 2006, 25(1):6-7.
- “Policy Perspectives: Time for a reality check,” IEEE Technology and Society Magazine, Spring 2005, 24 (1): 5-6.
Areas of Expertise: Climate Impacts and Resilience, Computer Simulation Modeling, Energy, Environmental Planning and Policy,Housing, Science & Technology Policy, Statistical Research Methods, Urban Design