French Climate Science Grant Has UT Biologist Feeling Great Again

Camille Parmesan and French President Emmanuel Macron

Camille Parmesan, a biologist at the University of Texas and Plymouth University in the United Kingdom, has been studying the effects of climate change on plants and animals for years — a pursuit fraught with highs and lows.

An example of the former: She served for a time as lead author on a United Nations climate panel that shared the 2007 Nobel Peace Prize with former Vice President Al Gore, a recognition so thrilling that “it feels good, even if it’s 1/2,000th of a Nobel Prize,” Parmesan quipped at the time.

Austin-American Statesman, Dec.13, 2017

Science, Dec.11, 2017

Spectrum News, Dec. 21, 2017

The Guardian,  Dec.31, 2017

Texas Climate News, Dec.28, 2017

CBC, Dec.12, 2017

The Daily Texas, Dec. 19, 2017


Featuring: Camille Parmesan, Adjunct Professor, Jackson School of Geosciences