Tag: Randy Horton

Radley Horton Suggests "Managed Retreat" from High-Risk Areas be Part of Public Discussion

by | November 3, 2012
Category: News

In the New York Times, Radley Horton suggests that “as parts of New York became more difficult — and costly — to protect, managed retreat needed at least to become “part of the public discussion.” &nbsp; Full Article: <a href=”http://www.nytimes.com/2012/11/04/nyregion/protecting-new-york-city-before-next-time.html?pagewanted=all&amp;_r=1&amp;”>Protecting New York City, Before Next Time</a>

UCCRN Scientist Radley Horton Discusses New York City’s Climate Vulnerabilities on NPR’s Talk of the Nation- ScienceFriday

by | November 2, 2012
Category: News

Scientist Radley Horton talks with the host of NPR’s Talk of the Nation-Science Friday, Ira Flatow, and the New York Times’ DotEarth blog author Andrew Revkin about New York City’s infrastructure vulnerabilities. He said, “we’ve known that New York City has a lot of vulnerabilities as a densely populated coastal city.” Dr. Horton also discussed […]

UCCRN Scientist Radley Horton Talks with NPR’s Fresh Air About Rising Sea Levels and Future Storms

by | November 1, 2012
Category: News

Post-Sandy, speaking with Terry Gross, the host of NPR’s Fresh Air, research scientist Radley Horton: “Given the higher sea levels in the future, even if storms remain exactly the same, we’re going to get more frequent flooding events, maybe three times as many coastal flood events by the end of the century, just by virtue […]