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‘New’ climate denial posts growing on social media, non-profit says 

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Between 2018 and 2023, claims that ‘clean energy won’t work’ increased by 10.8%, while posts suggesting that ‘climate policies are harmful’ rose by 8.1% (Photo: Niekverlaan/Pixabay)

Narratives casting doubt on climate solutions, the climate movement and climate science have grown over the past six years, research from the Center for Countering Digital Hate shows

Online climate denial has changed its messaging since 2018, concludes a report from UK non-profit the Center for Countering Digital ...

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