June 9, 2022 | Newsweek

Climate delayism narratives outperforming science-based content on Twitter, Facebook

Climate denialists may still lurk around corners of the Internet, but nowadays it seems climate action is mostly being delayed and dissuaded by arguments that it is not as urgent as it seems; condemning any action as unfeasible, overly expensive and disruptive. This is one of our conclusions in “Deny, Deceive, Delay: Documenting and Responding to Climate Disinformation at COP26 and Beyond“, our recent report analysing evidence of mis- and disinformaiton gathered post-COP26 along with CASM Technology and our partner coalition, Climate Action Against Disinformation (CAAD).

Newsweek profiles our report in this article, showing that even when tech companies attempt to challenge mis- and disinformation with  science-based information on their sites, their content doesn’t live up to reach expectations. Instead, a small but dedicated group of pundits are invested in spreading “discourses of delay” undermining the urgency behind climate policy. Read the article here.

 November 30, 2022 | i News

The dark world of incels, what to know and how to help

ISD'sTim Squirrell spoke to i News about incels, the signs an individual might exhibit when being drawn into this subculture, and how concerned family and loved ones can help bring them out again.