Google In Partnership with UN for verified climate information


The UN said in April that it has teamed up with Google to encourage millions of people worldwide to learn more about the mysterious nature of climate change. They claimed that consumers will find reliable information from the UN in 12 languages when they perform a search for “climate change.” They said that in addition to organic search results, Google is surfacing concise and simple-to-understand information panels and visuals on the causes and impacts of climate change as well as specific steps that individuals can take to address the climate problem.

António Guterres, the secretary-general of the United Nations, called for combating the “infodemic” of false information ravaging the globe in his 2021 report: ‘Our Common Agenda’, and suggested enacting a worldwide code of conduct that supports honesty in public discourse and facts and science. According to Melissa Fleming, the UN’s Under-Secretary-General for Global Communications, the organization is pleased to work with Google to make truthful, reliable content about climate change accessible to the largest possible global audience.

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