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キム シューマッハ 准教授

「写真:キム シューマッハ 准教授」

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- 専門 -
サステナブルファイナンス、ESG、生物多様性の喪失、環境科学

略歴

ルクセンブルク出身。ルクセンブルク環境・気候・持続可能開発省におけるコンサルティング活動、オックスフォード大学ポスドク研究員、ルクセンブルク大学非常勤講師、国際連合大学非常勤講師、東京工業大学講師・研究員を経て2022年8月より現職。オックスフォード大学特別招聘研究員。

2006-2009: B.A. (European Law), University of Lille (France)
2009-2011: M.A. (International Law), University of Lille (France)
2011-2012: LL.M. (Environmental Law), University of California, Berkeley (USA)
2013-2017: Ph.D. (Environmental Science), University of Tokyo (Japan)
2017-2019: Postdoctoral Research Associate (Sustainable Finance and ESG), University of Oxford (UK)
2019-2022: Lecturer and JSPS Fellow (Sustainable Finance and ESG), Tokyo Institute of Technology (Japan)
2019-present: Honorary Research Associate (Sustainable Finance and ESG), University of Oxford (UK)
2022-present: Visiting Lecturer (Sustainable Finance and ESG), Tokyo Institute of Technology (Japan)
2022-present: Associate Professor (Q-AOS Research Futures Coordinator), Kyushu University (Japan)

研究の概要

ESGリスクとインパクトの評価基準、持続可能な金融政策、持続可能性報告の枠組み、ESGデータに関連するグリーンウォッシュおよびカーボンウォッシュ活動、グリーンボンド、自然資本、生物多様性と生態系サービス、生物多様性とカーボンオフセット、再生可能エネルギープロジェクト開発、TCFD/TNFD開示に焦点を当てた研究を行っています。これらの研究活動はすべて、企業や国が気候変動から受ける重大なリスクは何か、また、環境・社会・ガバナンス(ESG)要素を適切に統合することによって、持続可能性に真のプラスの影響を与えるにはどうすればよいかを明らかにすることを目的としています。これには、ステークホルダーレベルの持続可能性関連のリスクと影響の両方を見るダブルマテリアリティの概念の探求も含まれます。つまり、企業、金融機関、政府は、投資判断の際に環境、生物多様性、気候、SDGsへの影響も考慮する必要があるのです。

関係するアジア・オセアニアの国々

日本、韓国、中国、インド、タイ、シンガポール、ベトナム、マレーシア、インドネシア、フィリピン、オーストラリア、ニュージランド

所属学会・委員会活動など

GRI GSSB (Global Reporting Initiative - Global Sustainability Standards Board)
CEnv (Chartered Environmentalist) at the SocEnv (Society for the Environment)
IEMA (Institute of Environmental Management and Assessment)
ISO (International Standards Organization)
IPBES (Intergovernmental Science-Policy Platform on Biodiversity and Ecosystem Services)
ESG (Earth System Governance)

主要業績

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In., S.Y. and Schumacher, K., 2021, Carbonwashing: ESG Data Greenwashing in a Post-Paris World. In Heller, t. and Seiger, A. (Eds.) of Settling Climate Accounts: Navigating the Road to Net Zero. Palgrave MacMillan, London, UK, https://doi.org/10.1007/978-3-030-83650-4_3 & https://link.springer.com/chapter/10.1007/978- 3-030-83650-4_3
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Schumacher, K., 2020, Green investments need global standards and independent scientific review, Nature 584(7822), 524–524, https://doi.org/10.1038/d41586-020-02472-5
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Schumacher, K., 2020, The Shape of Green Fixed Income Investing to Come, The Journal of Environmental Investing 10(1), 5-29, http://dx.doi.org/10.2139/ssrn.3663308 and http://www.thejei.com/green-bonds-the- shape-of-green-fixed-income-investing-to-come-2/
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Schumacher, K., Chenet, H., and Volz, U., 2020, Sustainable Finance in Japan, Journal of Sustainable Finance & Investment 10(2), 213-243, https://doi.org/10.1080/20430795.2020.1735219
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Schumacher, K., 2019, Approval Procedures for Large-Scale Renewable Energy Installations: Comparison of National Legal Frameworks in Japan, New Zealand, the EU and the US, Energy Policy 129, 139-152, https://doi.org/10.1016/j.enpol.2019.02.013
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Schumacher, K. and Yang, Z., 2018, The Determinants of Wind Energy Growth in the United States: Drivers and Barriers to State-Level Development, Renewable & Sustainable Energy Reviews 97, 1-13, https://doi.org/10.1016/j.rser.2018.08.017
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Schumacher, K., 2017, Large-scale Renewable Energy Project Barriers: Environmental Impact Assessment Streamlining Efforts in Japan and the EU, Environmental Impact Assessment Review 65, 100-110, https://doi.org/10.1016/j.eiar.2017.05.001
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Schumacher, K., 2015, Comparative Analysis of Environmental Impact Assessment Procedures in Japan and New Zealand, The International Journal of Sustainability Policy and Practice 11(2), 11-21, https://doi.org/10.18848/2325-1166/CGP/v11i02/55348
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In, S.Y. and Schumacher, K. 2021. Carbonwashing: A New Type of Carbon Data-related ESG Greenwashing. Stanford University Sustainable Finance Initiative | Working Paper Series. Stanford, CA, USA. Available at https://energy.stanford.edu/sustainable-finance-initiative/publications/working-paper-carbonwashing-new- type-carbon-data-related-esg-greenwashing & https://papers.ssrn.com/sol3/papers.cfm?abstract_id=3901278
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Hähl, T., Kube, M., Schütze, F., den Hamer, J., van der Zee, R., Bouveret, G., Caldecott, B., Harnett, E., Schumacher, K., Stolbova, V., Battiston, S., Bingler, J., & Liesch, T. 2021. Carbon Bubble – Analyses, economic risks, measures and instruments. Dessau-Roßlau, Germany. Available at https://www.umweltbundesamt.de/sites/default/files/medien/1410/publikationen/2021-07-06_texte_23- 2021_carbon_bubble_eng.pdf
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Zhou, X., Caldecott, B.L., Harnett, E., and Schumacher, K., 2020, The Effect of Firm-level ESG Practices on Macroeconomic Performance, University of Oxford | Working Paper No. 20-03, Oxford, UK; SSRN Chicago Booth: Microeconomics Working Paper Series, https://dx.doi.org/10.2139/ssrn.3618748
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Schumacher, K. , Chenet, H., and Volz, U., 2020. Sustainable Finance in Japan, ADBI Working Paper 1083, Asian Development Bank Institute, Tokyo, Japan, Available at https://www.adb.org/publications/sustainable-finance-japan
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Schumacher, K., 2020. ‘Competence greenwashing’ could be the next risk for the ESG industry, Responsible Investor, London, UK, Available at https://www.responsible-investor.com/articles/competence-greenwashing-could-be-the-next-risk-for-the-esg-industry
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Dericks, G., Schumacher, K., Bouveret G., Kruitwagen, L., Pfeiffer, A., Caldecott, B., 2018, EU Commission Report: Asset-level data and the Energy Transition - Findings from ET Risk Work Package 2, University of Oxford, Oxford, UK, Available at http://www.smithschool.ox.ac.uk/research/sustainable-finance/publications/Asset-level-data-and-the-Energy-Transition-Findings-from-ET-Risk-Work-Package2.pdf
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Martin, M., Boakye, E., Boyd, E., Broadgate, W., Bustamante, M., Canadell, J., . . . Zhao, Z. (2022). Ten new insights in climate science 2022. Global Sustainability, 1-41. doi:10.1017/sus.2022.17