Facebook Climate Science Information Center To Show Science Backed Climate Info


Similar to the coronavirus information center, Facebook has now launched an information center that will give science-backed data on climate change.

Even the world's largest social media giant addresses climate change as "real." Facebook also believes that humanity needs to work towards curbing climate change as it can become the next pandemic.

Moreover, the company is expected to achieve zero carbon emission in this operational year. Meaning that Facebook will be fully supported by renewable energy.


And now, in a fight against climate change, Facebook is launching the Climate Science Information Center. Apparently, it will show scientific data from the world's leading climate experts.

This is a good move, and the company is banking on the success of the COVID-19 information center. Notably, it directed with over 2 billion users with legit information.

Facebook is a platform that connects people and millions use it every day. So, a move from the social media giant will definitely help make people aware of climate change.


The Climate Science Information Center to feature facts, figures, and data

The newly introduced Climate Science Information Center is a place for information on climate change. This new center is now available in France, Germany, the UK, and the US. More regions will be added soon.

The information is sourced from organizations like the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change, the UN Environment Programme (UNEP), The National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA), the World Meteorological Organization (WMO), and The Met Office.

Moreover, this new Facebook information center will give you climate change science news. And also help you with actionable steps that you can take in your everyday life.


This will enable people to embed good habits in their lives, which will help prevent an impact on the global climate.

In fact, Facebook's global community will be fed with factual resources and high-quality publishers about climate change. Besides, the company will curb false articles via its fact-checking system.

False claims about climate change posted by politicians will be exempted

FYI, this feature comes after Facebook faced backlash due to misinformation regarding the cause of the wildfires raging across the West Coast of the U.S.


Let us face it, politicians to gain political advantage throw some sentences that not always true. And to curb this mi-information about climate change, Facebook is pretty adamant.

False claims related to climate change by politicians across the globe will be exempted. All in all, the company wants to bring its global community in level with the fight against climate change.