Evelyn Browning Garriss is a renowned historical climatologist who has been the author of The Browning Newsletter/Browning World Climate Bulletin for more than 25 years. She has been featured in The Wall Street Journal, Business News Network, Canada’s Globe and Mail, Financial Sense and numerous other media outlets, earning her titles such as “The Weather Lady” and “The Weather Whisperer”. She has given presentations from Beijing and Singapore to London and Frankfurt as well as throughout North and Latin America on climate and its impact on agriculture, energy and business.
With degrees in history and anthropology as well as a lifetime of working with scientists, her focus details how weather and climate affect people. She’s far more interested in nature than the politics of climate change and firmly believes climate change is happening but that the process is very complex. She looks at natural factors of the weather, using ocean currents, volcanic activity and natural cycles to determine patterns in the future. Her North American clients range from farmers, ranchers, insurance companies and utilities to landscapers, energy producers, wildlife preserves and emergency response teams. Internationally she has advised multinational banks, government leaders and investors throughout Asia, Europe, the Caribbean, Canada and down the streets of New York.
Mixing pragmatism, humor and the latest scientific findings, Evelyn specializes in providing clear useful advice, reports and presentations to the global clients of Browning Media.
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.