Evelyn Browning Garriss is an historical climatologist who advises everyone from Texas cattle raisers to Midwestern utilities and international banks and investment firms about what the coming season will bring. She has spent over 35 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. As the third generation in the business, Evelyn’s son, James Garriss, is helping to lead a new direction in historical climatology, bringing a fresh economic perspective to the company. With an academic background in international business, he is a writer, editor and researcher for Browning Media LLC, helping to present accurate climatological projections for a myriad of U.S. and international agricultural, financial, insurance and energy companies.
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