Loading Events

« All Events

  • This event has passed.

2:00 pm - Climate Change Now: A conversation with national experts Radley Horton and David Gelber

April 6 @ 2:00 pm - 3:00 pm

Join us for a conversation with two nationally known climate experts, who also happen to be Garrison residents! Radley is a distinguished climate scientist at Columbia. David is a journalist and filmmaker whose Emmy-winning Showtime series, Years of Living Dangerously, focused on the climate crisis. We’re living at a critical moment in the climate story, and things could go either way. Radley and David think surprisingly hopeful signs are emerging in what’s usually portrayed as a fairly bleak picture. We hope you’ll join us for the conversation.

Register here! 

About the Presenters:

David Gelber served as Ed Bradley’s producer at 60 MINUTES for twenty-five years, during which he won every major journalism award, including a Peabody, two DuPont Awards, and eight Emmy® Awards. He left 60 MINUTES 12 years ago to start The Years Project, a video production company devoted exclusively to the climate crisis. He was the Executive Producer of the Emmy-winning Showtime Series, Years of Living Dangerously. He and his wife Kyoko live in Garrison with their daughters Maya and Clara. David has served for nine years on the Garrison School Board, where he’s helped to make environmental education part of the Garrison School curriculum.

Radley Horton will be appointed as a tenure-track Professor of Climate, transitioning from his current role as a Lamont Research Professor. Horton is an expert in assessing climate extremes and understanding how climate change impacts diverse sectors including agriculture, ecosystems, infrastructure, human health and marginalized communities. His work spans human migration, the scientific and legal dimensions of climate attribution, and mitigation and adaptation. He is also a leading climate science communicator in the media.



April 6
2:00 pm - 3:00 pm
Event Categories: