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As the COP26 summit convenes in Glasgow to accelerate action towards the goals of the Paris Agreement and the UN Framework Convention on Climate Change, JMU scholars share solutions that will have the greatest impact.

In this episode of the James Madison Center for Civic Engagement's Democracy Matters, recorded live as part of Global Climate Change Week, James Madison University professors Dr. Carole Nash (Integrated Science and Technology), Dr. Tobias Gerken (Integrated Science and Technology) and Dr. Greg Wrenn (English) talk about the urgent changes that need to happen at the systemic level and impactful ways individuals can contribute to addressing climate change.

Above left: James Short, class of 2019, Integrated Science and Technology Major, describes a class project working with Virginia Clean Cities, a nonprofit that advocates for clean transportation. 

Above right: Mallory Burrell, M.F.A. candidate in the School of Art, Design and Art History, uses her art to shed light on the impact of human activities on the environment. 

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