Camille talked about how she had studied butterflys in one context a decade ago, and then gone back a decade later to study them again and found their range had shifted north a bit.Then she did a literature search and found similar results could be shown to have happened in other locations, even though those studies weren't looking for that information. I remember a TASC speaker that had reached a similar conclusion about birds.

This guy said that the changes were significant, and could result in some species getting into serious trouble.

This guy said the results weren't conclusive enough, and that we need more study of the issue. At least I think that was the gist of his comments.

This is the Parmesan I'm used to seeing. I suppose it makes sense that there are people named Parmesan out there, but I don't know any personally.