Years of Living Dangerously, a Showtime docu-series on climate change
Jeff Horowitz is currently serving as a Co-Producer and story consultant for the April 2014 SHOWTIME climate change docu-series, “Years of Living Dangerously,” with Executive Producers James Cameron, Arnold Schwarzenegger and Jerry Weintraub, and former 60 Minutes Emmy Award winners David Gelber, Joel Bach and Solly Granatstein. Among his contributions to the show, Jeff co-produced the deforestation episode and recruited Harrison Ford to be the story’s correspondent. In addition to the TV series, Jeff recently signed on as co-Executive Producer on a soon-to-be announced high profile climate solutions documentary film, scheduled for U.S. and international theatrical release in Fall, 2015.
Jeff is also the founding director of Avoided Deforestation Partners (www.adpartners.org), a global network of prominent individuals who are dedicated to advancing U.S. and international climate policies, with particular focus on ending deforestation. Recently, AD Partners was responsible for creating the partnership between the Obama Administration and major corporate leaders committed to ending deforestation.
Prior to establishing AD Partners, Jeff was an internationally recognized architect and a leading advocate for progressive urban and economic development policies. He directed scores of large-scale architectural projects in the U.S., Europe, Asia, and Latin America. When not engaged in an international climate conference or traveling to Washington, D.C., Horowitz and his wife Lynn Rosengarten own and operate Rio Lago Ranch and Vineyard in California’s Sonoma County, where they sustainably produce high-end cabernet sauvignon wine grapes. Jeff received an MA in Architecture from Harvard’s Graduate School of Design.