Synopses & Reviews
Throughout his award-winning photographic career, Philippe Bourseiller has recorded the splendors of untamed nature, from the immensities of the ice floe to the fury of the volcano, from the vast open spaces of Patagonia to the aridity of the Sahara. This experience has given him unique insight into both the richness and the fragility of our environment. In 365 Ways to Save the Earth, he takes the reader on a daily journey through our planet, revealing its hidden face.
For every day of the year he presents a stunning photograph and a simple, environment-friendly action that enables the reader to participate in the protection of planet Earth. Philippe Bourseiller is a true field photographer whose talents as a climber, caver, and diver enable him to move easily through the extreme environments that he frequents and, as we see in these pages, return with extraordinary images.
About the Author
Philippe Bourseiller, five-time winner of the prestigious World Press Prize, travels the earth photographing wild and unexplored places. Fascinated by the extreme, he has crisscrossed the world for some 15 years to bring back to us his fabulous photographic reportage. Widely acknowledged for his mastery of light, color, and composition, he contributes regularly to magazines such as National Geographic, Géo, Der Stern, and Life.