Jérémy Grangé is a PhD student in geography and planning in the Territories department of the PACTE (Politiques publiques, action politique, territoires – Public Policy, Political Action, Territories) mixed research unit in Grenoble, under the supervision of Olivier Soubeyran (PACTE) and Emmanuel Roux (PACTE also), and in the framework of an industrial agreement for training through research (convention industrielle de formation par la recherche
; CIFRE) within the research department of Egis France and Atelier Villes & Paysages (Egis Group) under the supervision of Sylvain Petitet
. His work, initiated in November 2012, focuses on the genealogy and the territorialisation of the notion of ecosystem services in metropolitan areas, as well as the way this notion is integrated into urban planning and development in Lyon, France and Liverpool, UK (urban greenways, green infrastructure, territorial policies in response to global environmental change, etc.).