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Should Climate.gov quit Facebook? A discussion with climate communication experts

  • 1 April 2022
Should Climate.gov quit Facebook? A discussion with climate communication experts

Next Wednesday, April 6, (time still TBD), the Climate.gov team is participating in an online brown bag seminar with climate communication experts from the joint George Mason University/Yale "Climate change in the American Mind" project. The topic is the opportunities and costs of using Facebook to connect with the climate-interested public, with specific emphasis on the influence of disinformation in comment threads and how aggressively we should try to control it.

For more information, contact Rebecca Lindsey.

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