CSSN sheds light on the actors and organizations engaged in climate obstruction–who they are, their characteristics, motivations, funding and tactics. We advance research on how these climate obstruction activities have an impact on the media and public understanding of climate change, and how they affect climate policy.
The CSSN Scholar Community is a vibrant group of climate experts. Our Scholars are the heart of our work and the engine that drives our impact. They’re based all over the world and specialize in a variety of focus areas and country-specific topics.
We foster research on global climate obstruction by awarding grants and fellowships.
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Check out the latest research and media appearances from Climate Social Science Network scholars.
Research from Prakash Kashwan, John Chung-En Liu, and Jahnnabi Das reviews debates about climate…
CSSN invites proposals for social science research into the structural, political, and institutional…
In a recent study, CSSN Scholars Christian Downie and Robert Brulle gauge how…