Evelyn Browning-Garriss is a historical climatologist who advises everyone from Texas cattle raisers to Midwestern utilities and Canadian banks about what the coming season will bring. She has spent over 30 years as a business consultant, editor and author explaining the impact of changing climate on economic and social trends. Editor of the Browning Newsletter, Evelyn has authored or co-authored five books on the changing climate’s impact on water supplies, agriculture, business and terrorism.
For the past 20 years she has taught professional seminars, lectured and/or conducted international seminars in the United States, Canada, England, Singapore, Korea, Central America and the Pacific Islands. Her audiences have been as diverse as the 5th Army Office of Civil Emergency Preparedness, Texas A&M University, the Ontario Natural Gas Association, the Alberta Irrigation Projects Association, the Cárilec organization of Latin American electrical utilities, the National Institute of Oilseed Products and the American Feed Industry Association. She has consulted with the military, universities, municipal and provincial governments, public utilities and private businesses such as Credit Suisse, Transcanada, Scotia Capital, Nomura and Mirae Assets. In addition to her work as editor of the Browning Newsletter, she does daily consulting and contract research for businesses and investors.
Evelyn has BA degrees in history and anthropology from the University of California at Santa Barbara and a Masters Degree from the University of New Mexico.