Databite No. 126: Joe Mulhall

Climate Change and Conspiracy: Networked Disinformation

Data & Society Research Institute, New York, New York United States


Data & Society welcomes Joe Mulhall, senior researcher at European anti-extremism NGO HOPE not hate, for a public talk to explore how the international far right is leveraging the current climate crisis, with a special focus on networked disinformation and exclusive new polling research across six countries around the world. Our planet is warming, our Continue...

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