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Collector´s edition National Geographic 100 best covers”, Spain: A cover photograph of Carsten Peter was selected for the 100 best ever published covers for National Geographic.

GEO       December:
Geo Italy: Portfolio: „L’uomo che sfida vulcani e ghiacciai“
The man who challenge volcanoes and glaciers. Spectacular places photographed so impressingly that Geo Italy dedicates a generous portrait of eleven pages to photographer Carsten Peter in its December issue.

      November 22nd, 8 pm, Berlin, Germany:
Opening of Gallery Gondwana with the exhibition “Erdgewalten” (power of earth). The fiery power on large prints from Carsten Peter is displayed on earthy walls. Music by Nadja Hamadi (vocal) and Klaus Karwat (piano).

FreeLens Magazin
# 25: danger seeker - focusing, when others run away
. Sibylla Machens writes a feature about the adventurous photography of Carsten Peter. The magazine for photojournalists follows in a lead article the photographic discoveries of a nature maniac.

      July 2007:
Awardwinning Bilfinger Berger Magazine 01/2007 publishes Palaces of Ice.
“To venture into realms where no man has ever been, like in a Jules Vernes novel”— this sums up the motivation behind extreme-photographer Carsten Peter’s documentary images taken inside glaciers. Ten percent of the earth’s surface is covered in ice, yet man’s knowledge of the ice masses remains limited….

GEO IUCN gtz Convention on Biological Diversity
Convention on Biological Diversity gtz IUCN GEO
San from Busuki, Indonesia, constucted a floatable device to search for bottles from a drowned factory.  They float in the remains from the most active mud volcano on earth. These bottles are his only income after the mud made living impossible to more than 10000 people. The disaster was caused by a poorly managed drilling site for gas.

June 6th – July 31st, 2007:
Germany, Berlin: Museum für Naturkunde Berlin: exhibition »Natur – unser kostbares Netz« (Nature – our precious network).
The exhibition highlights the mutual coherences of the bio diversity and human footprint with insightful texts and pictures of the best nature and landscape photographers. Examples from all over the world visualize how to conserve the bio diversity, but also enable their use. The exhibition is a cooperation of Geo magazine, the World Conservation Union (IUCN), the Convention on Biological Diversity (ScBN) and the Deutsche Gesellschaft für Technische Zusammenarbeit (GTZ).

      Wednesday, April 11 at 8pm ET on the National Geographic Channel: National Geographic Television airs the new Explorer program called 'Struck by Lightning'. With a contribution of our* fieldtrip in 2006 through Colorado, Kansas, Texas and New Mexico to capture and measure naturally produced lightning strikes with high-speed photography.
*(Tim Samaras, Carl Young, Carsten Peter)

      February 2007:
German Geo: Java, Indonesia – Deadly Mud (Update >>>).
The worlds most active mud volcano drowns surrounding villages with boiling mud. Caused by a drilling accident hopes of thousands of people are buried in corruption, mismanagement and mud. Jim LaGrone a professional blowout preventer from Texas tries to stop the flow with his team and a vast technical effort. (Text: Anke Sparmann; Photography: Carsten Peter)

Young Global Leaders
      24. – 28. January 2007, Switzerland, Davos:
world economic forum
– the "Book of Love" is an initiative of the Forum of Young Global Leaders and is directed towards the CEO's of the most influential companies in the world. (Design by Jung von Matt). Supported by Al Gore the "book of love" visualizes the urgent necessity for a drastical Carbondioxyd reduction. (with a foto contribution of Carsten Peter).

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