A selection of what has been uncovered in the realm of climate disinformation:

A selection of climate disinformation policies and platform enforcements:

AI, climate change and disinformation – the good and the bad in this series of publications:

Archive of recommended readings:

Get to know who is who in the climate disinformation community:

Climate Action Against Disinformation (CAAD)

Climate Action Against Disinformation (CAAD) is a coalition of 50 climate groups, all tracking various threads of climate disinfo. They provide a journalist guide, a great backgrounder on climate disinformation, a newsletter, and lots of other resources on their website.

Climate GPT. This chatbot, that provides data and information in 20 languages, has passed several tests and controls ensuring that it does not spread climate misinformation.

This center was established in 2014 to monitor the individuals, corporations, trade associations, political organisations and front groups who work to delay the implementation of sound energy and environmental policies that are necessary in the face of ongoing climate crisis.

Climate Social Science Network (CSSN) a site for peer-reviewed research on climate disinformation.

Covering Climate Now hosts a wealth of information on its website, including several posts and guides tackling disinformation.

DeSmog. Journalistic and activist website that focuses on topics related to climate change. Its Climate Disinformation Database contains and extensive research on the individuals and organizations that have helped to delay and distract the public and our elected leaders from taking needed action to reduce greenhouse gas pollution and fight global warming.

This global multimedia reporting project focused on climate accountability by investigating and understanding the various drivers of delay on climate action.

In this thematic section, EDMO will engage in addressing climate change-related disinformation by providing tools and resources to raise awareness on the importance of checking facts related to climate change and environmental sustainability, spot disinformation and spread information on the climate emergency in a responsible way.

European Science-Media Hub (European Parliament) brings scientists, journalists and policymakers together.

Friends of Earth (FoE) campaign on today’s most urgent environmental and social issues. We challenge the current model of economic and corporate globalisation and promote solutions that will help to create environmentally sustainable and socially just societies. One of FoE programs is exclusively focused on Climate disinformation.

Institute for Strategic Dialogue (ISD) is an independent, non-profit organisation dedicated to safeguarding human rights and reversing the rising tide of polarisation, extremism and disinformation worldwide. Among their working areas, ISD identifies, monitors and analyses online information operations targeting the climate policy agenda.

In this section of Maldita.es (a Spanish media outlet established as a non-profit foundation dedicated to fact checking) you will find clues on who to fight climate misinformation while resolving doubts about the environment, explain what its relationship is with health, energy or the consumption model and what actions are more or less useful to confront this global problem.

This website provides information and resources such an encyclopedic list of evidence-based refutations of climate misinformation. 

The Conscious Advertising Network (CAN), is an international not-for-profit member organisation Focused on breaking the economic link between advertising and harmful content. Its manifesto ‘Sustainability’ claims that the content advertisers create, and the processes by which they are created, should be sustainable and responsibly considered, avoiding creating or funding climate crisis misinformation.