Social Media and Misinformation at COP26 — Foresight

The conversation around climate change has never been more intense on social media, where influencers have the power to inspire and even persuade their followers. An international multidisciplinary team has developed a dashboard that allows us to navigate tweets and hashtags providing some answers to this question. So, to what extent are social media users at the mercy of climate change deniers?

COP26 influencers on Twitter

From hoax to costs

Hashtag trends

#climatejustice on Twitter — Hashtag trend from Oct. 31 to Nov. 14, 2021. Source: cop26buzz.live
#blackpinkclimateadvocates on Twitter — Hashtag trend from Oct. 31 to Nov. 14, 2021. Source: cop26buzz.live

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Euro-Mediterranean Center on #ClimateChange: integrated, multi-disciplinary and frontier research on climate science and policy.