Hitoshi Yoshizaki

Associate Professor
Faculty of Environment and Information Studies
Short Biography2004 MEng. in Environmental Engineering at Kyoto University
2010 MSc in Climate Change and International Development at University of East Anglia
2011 MSc in Carbon Management at University of Edinburgh

2004 Joined Ministry of the Environment (MOE)
Deputy Director, Air Environment Division, Environmental Management Bureau, MOE
Deputy Director, Low Carbon Society Promotion Office, Global Environment Bureau, MOE
Deputy Director, Safe Operation Division, PCB Treatment Business Department, Japan Environmental Storage & Safety Corporation (JESCO)
Deputy Director, Ocean and Environment Division, Ports and Harbours Bureau, Ministry of Land, Infrastructure, Transport and Tourism
2018 Joined Keio University (SFC)
Areas of ExpertiseEnvironmental Policy, Environmental Engineering
Selected PublicationsAn Analysis of the Cement Industry’s Sustainable Utilization of Ash from Municipal Solid Waste Using an Agent-based Model (2004), Kyoto University
Critical Assessment of Burden-Sharing Arrangements in the International Climate Change Regime - Assessment of the Greenhouse Development Rights Framework – (2010), University of East Anglia
An Assessment of the Coverage of Mitigation Options for the Energy Supply Sector in Developing Countries under the Clean Development Mechanism (2011), Edinburgh University
Message to StudentsEnvironmental problems are prime example of an interdisciplinary field. I’m looking forward to touching upon your diverse ideas and values at the SFC campus, in an interdisciplinary atmosphere.
Contact Information5322 Endo Fujisawa, Kanagawa 252-0882 Japan
Keio University Shonan Fujisawa Campus