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Ryan Hottle

Senior Fellow, Biosequestration Modeling

Ryan Hottle is a soil carbon and climate science analyst with a research focus on climate change mitigation through biological carbon sequestration. His interests include climate-smart agriculture, fast action mitigation strategies, and energy conservation and efficiency in the built environment. He currently works as a Climate Smart Agriculture Consultant at Palladium: Make It Possible.

In the past, he has worked as a consultant for the World Bank and Consultative Group on International Agricultural Research (CGIAR)'s Climate Change and Food Security program. Ryan received a bachelor's degree from Naropa University, a master's degree from Columbia University, and PhD from Ohio State University. 

Research Focus: 
Biosequestration modeling
Rotational Grazing
Forest Protection
Biochar
Specialties: soil and climate analysis, biological carbon sequestration, climate-smart agriculture, food security, and energy conservation and efficiency
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