"Each semester, I am an instructor for the Capstone Course for Seniors in Columbia's Sustainable Development Major. The students advise a client about an issue related to some aspect of sustainability. Prior topics have included: 1) assessment of tropical cyclone impacts on Orange County New York, 2) working with the West Point Military Academy on water and food security issues in the Nile River Basin, and 3) collaborating with Columbia's Sabin Center on legal aspects of climate adaptation in the context of energy utilities and Environmental Impact Statements. I invariably learn a great deal from the students, and am left more optimistic about the future. Their solution-oriented results provide a welcome counterpoint to the often depressing breaking news in climate science."
WWF ADVANCE Project in Myanmar
Radley Horton and the Columbia Center for Climate Systems Research provided climate risk information for Myanmar's Natural Capital Assessment and is developing a report on 'Climate Risk Information for Myanmar', which includes temperature, precipitation and sea level rise projections for the country.
Panel Discussion on Hurricane Sandy
National Climate Assessment (Radley Horton discusses impacts and solutions beginning at 32:18)
Here's our recent review article on extreme heat events.
This paper from Petkova et al. considers how adaptation could reduce heat-related mortality.
Here is a video from MSNBC discussing what happens if sea levels rise 6 feet by the year 2100, as new research suggests.