Combatting Climate Disinformation on Social Media

Source: The Union of Concerned Scientists

Mis- and disinformation on climate change and clean energy solutions is widely spread on various social media platforms, and often becomes acute during extreme weather events, power outages, and around the releases of international climate assessments and negotiations.


The Union of Concerned Scientists invites you to watch our webinar as we discuss how disinformation is spread and by whom, and best strategies and practices to combat it.


Panelists:

Lindsey Berger, Union of Concerned Scientists

Michael Khoo, Upshift Strategies

Bhanu Neupane, UNESCO

Ricardo Grassi, Citizens' Platform on Climate Change and a Sustainable World

Astrid Caldas, Union of Concerned Scientists (moderator)