Kerli Kirsimaa is a researcher and junior expert at SEI Tallinn. Being passionate about sustainability, governance and in various material and urban flows (flows of food, energy, water, people, transportation), Kerli has previously worked on several urban planning and environmentally related projects around Europe.
Kerli joined Climate Change and Energy Programme at SEI Tallinn in February 2015.
Kerli holds a Master´s degree in Urban and Environmental Management (MSc) from Wageningen University and Research Centre (NL).
Tillie, N., Kirsimaa, K., Van de Dobbelsteen, A., Sijmons, D. (2014). Urban Agriculture in Rotterdam: potentials for a liveable, low-carbon city and sustainable phosphorus flows, p. 137 in Why We Need Small Cows: Ways to Design for Urban Agriculture, Edited by Rob Roggema and Greg Keeffe (2014)