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In a significant development, the United Nations has launched the Global Principles for Information Integrity. These principles, unveiled by UN Secretary-Gen...

Canadian academics and civil society groups have released research that maps an alarming disinformation network that spread on X (formerly known as Twitter) ...

On World Environment Day, UN Secretary-General Guterres delivered a pivotal speech at the American Museum of Natural History calling for countries to ban fos...

This new report from the Climate Action Against Disinformation (CAAD) identified substantial gaps in Big Tech’s efforts to address climate disinformation o...

This new report from the Climate Action Against Disinformation (CAAD) explores the risks that AI poses to the climate crisis. “AI companies spread hype...

New report explores how platforms and influencers are profiting from the dissemination of new forms of climate denial narratives.

Here’s what CAAD members had to say about our findings at COP28… Jennie King, Head of Climate Research and Policy, ISD / Head of CAAD Intelligence Unit &...

Welcome back to the final COP, LOOK, LISTEN of 2023. Before leaving you to well-earned breaks and festivity, here’s our round up of headlines from the summ...

We have a decision. For the first time in three decades of UN climate summits, the word ‘fossil fuels’ has made it into a COP outcome. The deal is still ...

The fossil fuel industry, alongside OPEC, Saudi Arabia and its allies in the COP28 presidency, has been engaged in a systematic political and media campaign ...

Welcome back to COP, LOOK, LISTEN. The spotlight on COP is usually most intense during the opening and closing days of the summit. At these times, more peopl...

Welcome back to COP, LOOK, LISTEN. We’ve said it before, but it bears repeating: COP28 has more fossil fuel lobbyists than any in history. At least 475 ...