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Election misinformation helped fuel the Jan. 6 Capitol attack. Now, climate misinformation threatens the planet

One year after a mob of pro-Trump supporters stormed the Capitol, experts are sounding the alarm about a new threat not only to democracy, but to the planet: The spread of climate misinformation online.
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