Catalina Turcu is senior lecturer in sustainable development and planning at University College London. She has a background in public policy and sustainability, international housing and social change, urbanism and architecture. Prior to joining academia, she worked as an architect at Farells Architects, Llewelyn Davies Yeang and Levitt Berstein Associates, and as an environmental officer at Affinity Housing Group. She has over 15 years of professional experience and is registered with the Architects Registration Board in the UK. Her expertise is broadly located in the area of urban sustainability studies, at the interface between environmental, social and institutional aspects of urban development. Currently she works on social sustainability; energy efficiency; certification schemes for the built environment; and pro-environment behaviour.
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Leading writers, architects, campaigners and researchers debate the challenges facing women living in cities and explore how cities could be made better for all in the future.