Gary Braasch photographs environmental issues and conservation, nature, biodiversity, ecosystems, field science, and climate change in stock photos and assignments.
His photos of landscape, patterns, forests, Antarctica, the Arctic, global warming, cities and travel destinations are used by publications worldwide. Nature photos include flora and fauna, plants, animals, birds and insects. Gary's photography grows from a deeply felt connection with nature and an ardent conservation ethic. Read more ->
World View of Global WarmingLast Updated on 2008-09-11 01:01:09
This website presents information -- photographs and on-scene reporting from scientists and experts -- about the world wide effects of climate change. During eight years of documentation, photojournalist Gary Braasch made these and many other images for the World View of Global Warming project. More »
Gary Braasch Photography Stock ImagesLast Updated on 2008-05-01 23:31:31Gary Braasch covers environmental issues and conservation, biodiversity and field science, climate change and global warming in stock photography and assignments. His photography grows from a deeply felt connection with nature and an ardent conservation ethic.
Supporting his conservation and climate change campaigns is a library of hundreds of thousands of outstanding images available for licensing. Photographs of landscape, patterns, forests, Antarctic, the Arctic, science, cities and travel destinations are used by publications worldwide. A detailed list of available library photos is accessible through the link on this page. For friendly, intelligent and fast photo research, and to arrange use of these and thousands of other photographs, please contact us directly. Thank you. More »
A sampling of recent assignmentsLast Updated on 2008-05-01 23:25:10
US News and World Report on the world's oceans, August 16, 2004 (lead spread)
Time Magazine, Canadian Edition, November 24, 2003 "Saving the Earth" double-truck, image picked up from previous assignment for Foundation for Deep Ecology
Scientific American "Fishy Business" (Coral reefs & aquarium fish) July 2001
Gary Braasch is a Nikon Legend Behind the Lens photographerLast Updated on 2008-05-01 21:29:15The world is catching up to Gary Braasch. "This was not a very well covered issue when I started six years ago," he says. The issue is global warming, and what Gary started was an ongoing project to document the results of climate change. His efforts have resulted in convincing images, among them a powerful series of before-and-after pictures that show, among other things, receding glaciers, rising sea levels and thawing areas of the Arctic. "Even for people who believed in global warming and understood how bad it was," Gary says, "the pictures were a compelling message that it was really happening, not in the future, but right now." More »
Earth Under Fire, How Global Warming is Changing the WorldLast Updated on 2008-05-01 00:00:00
Earth Under Fire: How Global Warming is Changing the World ;How We Know What We Know About Our Changing Climate: by Gary Braasch (Updated 2nd printing April 2008) Afterword by Bill McKibben, University of California Press
Earth Under Fire is a comprehensive look at the world wide effects of climate change. In dramatic photographs, maps and quotes from world climate science leaders, this one-of-a-kind book shows how the earth is being changed right now.
The book illustrates on-going shifts from weather extremes and melting glaciers to disruptions of animal migration and plant growth -- including the strong impact on human life, cities and cultures.
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