Items where Author is "Cooper, Justine"
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Huebner, Gesche, Cooper, Justine, Moon, Amy, Maras, Pamela and Jones, Keith (2014) Barriers towards reducing domestic energy consumption - findings of a study among social housing tenants. International Journal of Environment and Sustainable Development, 13 (4). pp. 425-448. ISSN 1474-6778 (Print), 1478-7466 (Online) (doi:10.1504/IJESD.2014.065011)
Huebner, Gesche Margarethe, Cooper, Justine and Jones, Keith (2013) Domestic energy consumption—What role do comfort, habit, and knowledge about the heating system play? Energy and Buildings, 66. pp. 626-636. ISSN 0378-7788 (doi:10.1016/j.enbuild.2013.07.043)
Jones, Keith, Brydson, Helen, Ali, Fuad and Cooper, Justine (2013) Assessing vulnerability, resilience and adaptive capacity of a UK Social Landlord. International Journal of Disaster Resilience in the Built Environment, 4 (3). pp. 287-296. ISSN 1759-5908 (doi:10.1108/IJDRBE-03-2013-0004)
Cooper, Justine and Jones, Keith (2009) Measuring performance in-use in UK social housing. COBRA 2009: The Construction and Building Research Conference of the Royal Institution of Chartered Surveyors. Royal Institution of Chartered Surveyors (RICS), London, UK, pp. 916-928. ISBN 978-1-84219-519-2
Jones, Keith and Cooper, Justine (2008) Routine maintenance and sustainability of existing social housing. COBRA 2008: The Construction and Building Research Conference of the RICS, 4-5 September 2008, Dublin Institute of Technology. Royal Institution of Chartered Surveyors, London, UK, pp. 361-368. ISBN 9781842194348
Cooper, Justine and Jones, Keith (2008) Routine maintenance and sustainability of existing social housing. Proceedings of the CIB W070 International Conference in Facilities Management – Healthy and Creative Facilities. International Council for Research and Innovation in Building and Construction, Rotterdam, The Netherlands, pp. 361-368. (doi:CIB Number 315)
Jones, Keith and Cooper, Justine (2007) The role of routine maintenance in improving the sustainability of existing social housing. Proceedings of The European Network for Housing Research Conference Sustainable Urban Areas Rotterdam 2007. The European Network for Housing Research, Uppsala University.
Huebner, Gesche, Cooper, Justine and Jones, Keith (2011) "My home is my castle - and it better be warm" – Difficulties in reducing energy consumption in the household. In: Sustainable Consumption – Towards Action and Impact: Abstract Volume. German Federal Ministry of Education and Research (BMBF) / University of Bern, Interdisciplinary Centre for General Ecology (IKAÖ), Germany / Switzerland, p. 31. ISBN 978-3-906456-67-6
Huebner, Gesche M., Cooper, Justine and Jones, Keith (2011) Energy saving practices, barriers against and reasons for change among social housing tenants. In: Proceedings of the research students conference on "Buildings don't use energy, people do?" - domestic energy use and CO2 emissions in existing dwellings, 28 June 2011 Bath. Bath: EDEn, University of Bath. Department of Architecture and Civil Engineering, University of Bath, Bath, UK.
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Cooper, Justine and Jones, Keith (2010) Energy use in everyday life – Results of an owner occupier survey. In: Practicing Science and Technology, Performing the Social, 2-4 Sep 2010, Trento, Italy. (Unpublished)
Cooper, Justine (2008) The role of routine maintenance in the sustainability of existing social housing. In: Working Commission on Law and Dispute Resolution in Property Construction and the Built Environment (CIB W113) COBRA 2008 RICS Research Conference Legal Research Symposium Dublin, Ireland, 4 & 5 September 2008, 4-5 Sept 2008, Dublin. (Unpublished)
Cooper, Justine and Jones, Keith (2009) Sustainability and social housing maintenance. Phase 2 - interview results. Technical Report. IDCOP, Southampton, UK.
Cooper, Justine and Jones, Keith (2008) Sustainability and social housing maintenance. Phase 1 - results of a questionnaire survey. Technical Report. IDCOP, Southampton, UK.
Cooper, Justine (2015) Sustainable building maintenance within social housing. PhD thesis, University of Greenwich.