Platform harm

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

Report delves into the concerning prevalence of climate disinformation narratives during extreme weather events in Latin America.

As COP28 approaches, CAAD’s latest report unveils the impact of climate mis- and disinformation.

The CAAD coalition has written to Senator Chuck Schumer, calling for policies that tackle the environmental and disinformation ramifications of AI in relatio...

This edition examines Prager University, a conservative non-profit, and its history of misleading claims on climate change.

New explainer from the CAAD coalition delves into the multifaceted landscape of climate mis- and disinformation, offering an extensive understanding of the c...

New report reveals severe inadequacies in Twitter/X, YouTube, Meta, and other platforms’ approaches to climate misinformation.

In its second edition, CAAD’s Data Monitor delves into the disinformation surrounding wildfires.

Michael Khoo explores what the rapid advancement in AI means for climate disinformation, and why we should be concerned.

Earlier this year, TikTok pledged to combat climate change denial on its platform. However, a recent BBC investigation has revealed the persistent spread of ...

This research quantifies the platform’s inability to reign in climate mis- and disinformation – especially since its acquisition by Elon Musk.

CAAD releases its first edition of the CAAD Data Monitor, a new monthly bulletin keeping you informed about the latest developments in climate mis- and disin...