Anti-lockdown movements online are turning their attention to climate conspiracy theories.
Almost a year ago, Google took a major step to ensure that its ubiquitous online ad network didn’t put money in the pocket of Steve Bannon, the indicted former adviser to Donald Trump. The company kicked Bannon off YouTube, which Google owns, after he called for the beheading of Anthony Fauci and urged Trump supporters to come to Washington on Jan. 6 to try to overturn the presidential election results.
Does it feel like every time you get into a good groove with your Google Ads, the search giant switches things up and you have to rethink your campaigns? Even as a professional who works in this space, I often feel like I'm playing Whack-a-Mole with Google Ads updates, and it's not surprising that so
For all the anticipation surrounding Christmas, the holiday can also be bad for the planet. With sustainability top of mind for many people this year, Austrian financial services company Erste Groupe tackles climate change head on in its latest Christmas ad. The animated film tells the story of how a father-to-be becomes motivated to act
The claims that went viral in the lead-up to the COP climate summit – and what you need to know about them.
Since the 1980s, fossil fuel firms have run ads touting climate denial messages – many of which they’d now like us to forget. Here’s our visual guide
Republican lawmakers are again demanding that Google cease censoring abortion pill reversal ads from the pro-life organization Live Action. “We are deeply disappointed that you
Former GOP congressman Bob Inglis used to believe climate change wasn't real. But after a candid conversation with his children and a hard look at the evidence, he began to change his mind.
Actress Cate Blanchett is hitting the panic button on climate change, saying people need to be "scared" because it will motivate them to "do something about it."
A recent study by an international research group led by Prof. Ao Hong from the Institute of Earth Environment of the Chinese Academy of Sciences has revealed Asian climate variability and dynamics across the early-to-middle Pliocene Warm Period, thus providing clues for future climate change.
Hyper change is the new world order -- and marketing is at the epicenter of the revolution.