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The Epoch Times promotes anti-climate ads across Europe

The Epoch Times, a pro-Trump publication, has been accused of spreading anti-climate misinformation through hundreds of ads across Europe, leading to concerns about stoking climate skepticism.

Joey Grostern reports for DeSmog.

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What happened when climate deniers met an AI chatbot?

A study points to an unexpected upside of ChatGPT's popularity.
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What is climate misinformation, and why does it matter?

Opponents of climate science and fossil fuel backers have ways of sowing doubt around climate change. And that can restrict urgent action.
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Loud and proud climate change denier hangs it up

From helping to block cap and trade to scuttling the Paris Agreement, Myron Ebell has played a starring role in climate politics.

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Disinformation is big challenge as COP28 opens in Dubai

As the world’s leaders gather this week at a major summit to discuss ways to address the effects of global warming, one of the greatest obstacles they face is disinformation.

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Spanish-language misinformation on renewable energy spreads online, report shows

False narratives about renewable energy are malleable and adapted to different languages after extreme weather events in different countries, the researchers found.
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‘Climate villain’: Scientists say Rupert Murdoch wielded his media empire to sow confusion and doubt

The tycoon, who is stepping down from News Corp and Fox, has used his outlets to promote denial and delay action, experts say.