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Monday, 22. January 2024 3:00 pm – 4:00 pm Save in my calendar

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#3 How can we protect ourselves and take action against disinformation on the climate crisis?

Sharing knowledge and best practices

Online seminar series "Climate lies"

The earth has warmed rapidly in recent decades and we humans are responsible for this. This is clearly proven by scientific facts. Anyone who still had any doubts about this should have finally thrown them overboard after this summer of droughts, fires and floods.
Why do so many people still deny climate change and spread false claims? Climate lies find their way into our timelines or end up in our WhatsApp and Telegram messages. They are often controlled by the oil and gaslobby. Disinformation has long been a key attack tactic against European democracies.

  • What can I do against climate disinformation, what can my organisation do?
  • What is happening around the upcoming European elections, how can we take action against climate disinformation and targeted hate posts?
  • What measures and rules do we need for platforms to ensure that disinformation is not automatically surfacing in timelines? What regulatory approaches already exist (DSA, EU Code of Practice)? Do they provide an appropriate framework for combating climate lies?
  • Who is taking action against climate disinformation and how? What best practices are there and what can we learn from them?

Alexandra Geese, MEP and Vice-President of the Greens/EFA Group
Felix Kröner, Policy Advisor at Reset.Tech
Katja Jäger, CEO and Thematic Lead Digital Democracy at betterplace lab
Moderation: Vérane Meyer, Head of Digital Policy Division, Heinrich Böll Foundation

The aim of the online seminar series is to build resilience to climate disinformation, and strengthen capacities to counter the challenge of manipulation and interference by a wide range of actors in the debate.

Language: German with simultaneous translation into English.

Participation is free of charge. There will be an opportunity to ask questions live and via chat.

The seminars can be attended independently.

Vérane Meyer

Head of Digital Policy Division

Other online seminars in the series:

Monday, 20. November 2023, 15:00 - 16:00

Tuesday, 12 December 2023, 15:00 - 16:00

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» Livestream
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Mon, 20. Nov 2023 (Europe/Berlin) 3:00 pm – 4:00 pm Save in my calendar
Tue, 12. Dec 2023 (Europe/Berlin) 3:00 pm – 4:00 pm Save in my calendar
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Heinrich Böll Foundation - Headquarters Berlin
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