Peleg Kremer


Post-Doctoral Fellow, Urban Ecosystems
Tishman Environment and Design Center New School University

Peleg Kremer has a Ph.D in Energy and Environmental Policy from CEEP where she was awarded a UD Dissertation Fellowship (2010) A UD Graduate Fellowship (2009) and the CEEP Academic Excellence Award (2011). She is currently a Post-Doctoral Fellow in Urban Ecosystems at the Tishman Environment and Design Center at the New School University in New York City. Peleg’s research areas are urban sustainability, local and regional food systems, social-ecological urban system and socio-spatial aspects of environmental sustainability. Currently, Peleg’s work is focused on the social-ecological potential of green infrastructure in NYC through a project analyzing the ecosystem services provided by urban vacant lots as related to the societal context of these lots.

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