He holds a PhD Degree in Environmental Sciences from the University of Tokyo (2017). He received an LL.M degree from UC Berkeley (2012) and dual-Master degree from the University of Warwick and the University of Lille II (2011). He also holds MA and BA degrees from the latter (2010, 2009).
- Research Associate
- 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.
- Schumacher, K. and Yang, Z. (2018) The determinants of wind energy growth in the United States: Drivers and barriers to state-level development. Renewable and Sustainable Energy Reviews, 97: 1-13.
- 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.
- Schumacher, K. (2015) Comparative Analysis of the Environmental Impact Assessment Procedures of Japan and New Zealand. The International Journal of Sustainability Policy and Practice, 11(2).
- Caldecott, B., Dericks, G., Bouveret, G., Schumacher, K., Pfeiffer, A., Tulloch, D.J., Kruitwagen, L. and McCarten, M. (2018) Asset - level data and the Energy Transition: Findings from ET Risk Work Package 2. Smith School of Enterprise and the Environment, University of Oxford, Oxford, UK.