Camille Parmesan is a Professor at University of Plymouth (UK) and University of Texas at Austin (USA, where she also received her PhD). She soon joins the CNRS Ecology center in Moulis (FR) as a "Make Our Planet Great Again" Laureate. Her research focuses on the impacts of climate change on wild plants and animals and spans from field-based work on butterflies to synthetic analyses of global impacts on a broad range of species across terrestrial and marine biomes. She has also authored numerous assessments of impacts of climate change on agricultural pests and on human health, through changes in disease risk. Her 2003 paper in Nature was ranked the most highly cited paper in Climate Change (Carbon Brief, 2015). Her scientific awards include being the 2nd highest-cited author in "climate change" (T Reuters), named the "2013 Distinguished Scientist" by Texas Academy of Sciences, elected a Fellow of the Ecological Society of America and Fellow of the European Academy of Sciences. She received the Conservation Achievement Award by the National Wildlife Federation and was named "Outstanding Woman Working on Climate Change," by IUCN. She has worked with the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change for >20 years, and is an official Contributor to IPCC's Nobel Peace Prize in 2007.