The centre will provide users with “scientific information” on climate change. The company said links to the center appear when people search Facebook for information related to climate change or when people see specific posts related to the topic. < / P > < p > before the launch of the Climate Center, Facebook was plagued by a flood of misinformation about wildfires raging in the western United States. One of the mistakes about blaming anarchic arsonists for wildfires has been shared 63000 times on Facebook. < / P > < p > the new feature, named climate science information, will provide Facebook users with facts, data and data from factual sources, the company said in a blog post. These sources include the Intergovernmental Panel on climate change, the United Nations Environment Programme, the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration of the United States, the World Meteorological Organization and the Met Office of the United Kingdom. < / P > < p > in addition to the information center, Facebook said it would continue to reduce the number of posts with false information on its news subscription function and label them as false. However, Facebook did not say whether it would delete the posts. The company also didn’t comment on whether it would delete or tag posts that appeared in Facebook’s private groups about climate change. < p > < p > Facebook said its climate science information center will be open to users in the United States, the United Kingdom, France and Germany when it goes online and will soon appear in more markets. Global Tech