This project led by Center co-director Adrienne Russell,examines key developments in today’s information ecosystem that have worked against efforts to turn scientific knowledge about climate change into impactful public policy and explores efforts we might take to address the problem. It focuses on the intersections where the climate and information crises meet in order to better understand the conditions under which public discourse about climate change has taken shape. By using climate change as a critical lens to examine the forces shaping the contemporary information landscape, the project investigates how networked realities have limited the ability of fact-based content to shape meaning and engage publics across lines of social difference.