Here you will find information about the unique photo-documentation of climate science and effects, World View of Global Warming, which gave life to this web site and the book Earth Under Fire; How Global Warming is Changing the World.
Gary Braasch is an environmental photographer and writer. He covers natural history and conservation issues for magazines worldwide. In recent years photographs and articles of his appeared in Time, LIFE, Discover, Nature, Science, Audubon, National Wildlife, Smithsonian, Natural History, Animals, French Terre Sauvage, Outdoor Photographer, Photo District News and the Swiss Animan magazine. He is a winner of the Ansel Adams award for conservation photography and a Fellow of the International League of Conservation Photographers.
Braasch exhibited a 30 print show on climate change entitled Polar Thaw at the American Association for the Advancement of Science in Washington DC, the Science Museum of Minnesota, the Field Museum in Chicago and many universities. The United Nations published his photographs as calendars, in magazines, and a set of international stamps about global warming.
He researched and photographed areas of high biodiversity in North and South America, and is currently in the midst of a worldwide documentation of the effects of climate change. His latest books are Earth Under Fire:How Global Warming is Changing the World and How We Know What We Know About Our Changing Climate (for kids, written with Lynne Cherry).