In the media

For decades, the fossil fuel industry has poured millions of dollars into spreading climate disinformation online and offline to drive public polarization and stall action on the climate crisis.

In an effort to reduce the amount of false and misleading claims about the climate emergency found on its site, Pinterest is rolling out a climate misinformation policy.

If you are among the half of UK or US adults who get their news through social media, you might be under the impression that scientific consensus surrounding human-made climate change is still a matter of debate. You would be wrong.

Campaigners are pushing for sharper definitions to help tech firms weed out false or misleading information.

Signatories include leaders from sustainability organizations and major brand advertisers.

In an open letter, 250 signatories warn that false claims on social media threaten to derail global climate action