Radley Horton conducts regional climate change scenario assessments for stakeholders around the globe, projecting impacts on agriculture, water resources, ecosystems, and infrastructure. He is an Associate Research Scientist at the Center for Climate Systems Research at Columbia University. Currently, he is the lead for the Science Policy Team of the New York City Panel on Climate Change. Additional research interests include polar climate, sea level rise, and abrupt climate change.
Radley is also involved in climate change impact and adaptation projects in New York State, the Southeastern U.S., and Central America. He conducted his graduate work at NASA’s Goddard Institute for Space Studies and Columbia University in New York, using simulated global climate models to study regional impacts of climate variability.