Resources Archive


Los Eco-Ilógicos

A look inside the sprawling online network that spreads climate misinformation to Spanish-speaking communities around the world.

Deny, Deceive, Delay: Documenting Climate Disinformation at COP26 and Beyond

In place of climate denial, narratives have trended towards discrediting any proposal for mitigation, adaptation and transition - arguments sometimes referred to as ‘discourses of delay’

Climate Disinformation and the New European Regulations

The European Union has moved more quickly than the United States to adopt laws and regulations impacting digital platforms.

Reducing Climate Disinformation Through Administrative Action

Immediate actions for the administration to hold social media companies accountable for letting climate disinformation spread.

Climate Disinformation and the Digital Services Oversight & Safety Act

The draft Digital Services Oversight and Safety Act (DSOSA) bill will empower analysts and advocates working to reduce climate disinformation by requiring transparency from social media companies.

Recommendations for Social Media Companies

Disclosing the data: recommendations for transparent climate change disinformation policies, community standards and reporting

Social Cost of Carbon From Federal Oil and Gas Development

Fossil fuel development costs society trillions of dollars in air and water pollution, climate change, public health, and environmental degradation.

In the Dark: How social media companies’ climate disinformation problem is hidden from the public

Ranking Big Tech on transparency: A new scorecard by Friends of the Earth, Avaaz, and Greenpeace USA shows that social media companies are largely leaving the public in the dark about their efforts to combat climate disinformation.

Big Oil’s Wartime Bonus

President Biden and lawmakers should focus on protecting consumers, supporting our allies with clean renewables, and preventing the runaway profiteering of Big Oil and Wall Street.

Big Oil’s Shell Game: A Highly Subsidized House of Cards

While the Biden administration’s current failure to meaningfully act on leasing could have devastating climate impacts, it is not too late to change course. Interior still can conduct a full analysis of the leasing program.