Justin Farrell is a professor and author at Yale University. His research tackles questions of environment, politics, human culture, and policy using a mixture of methods, blending ethnographic fieldwork with large scale computational techniques from network science and machine learning. His research has been published by Princeton University Press, the Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences, Nature Climate Change, the American Sociological Review, Social Problems, among others, and funded by the Environmental Protection Agency and the National Science Foundation (NSF CAREER). His books and articles have won national awards from the American Sociological Association, American Library Association, used on the floor of the U.S. Senate, and covered by major media outlets such as the New York Times, LA Times, The Economist, Washington Post, HBO, WIRED, Bloomberg, and the Financial Times.
Justin Farrell. 2019. “The growth of climate change misinformation in US philanthropy: evidence from natural language processing,” IOP Science (March 2019).
Justin Farrell. 2019. “Evidence-based strategies to combat scientific misinformation,” Nature (January 2019).
Justin Farrell. 2016. “Corporate funding and ideological polarization about climate change,” Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences (January 2016).
Justin Farrell. 2015. “Network structure and influence of the climate change counter-movement,” Nature (November 2015).