University of Miami
Loredana Loy is a Post-Doctoral Associate, Disinformation, Animal Agriculture, and Climate Change, at the University of Miami. She is interested in the ways systems of power and politics intersect with cultural ideas to shape transformative macro-trends, policy, and public discourse. Her current projects focus on the role of the animal agriculture industry in climate change politics, and the mechanisms behind public responses to climate-related recommendations involving individualization of responsibility.
Country(ies) of SpecialtyUnited States
Focus areas of expertiseClimate policy and politics Communications research Agriculture Social movements
James Painter, J. Ettinger, D. C. Holmes, Loredana Loy, J. Pinto, L. M. Richardson, L. Thomas-Walters, K. Vowles, R. Wetts.“Climate Delay Discourses Persist in Global Climate Coverage: A Case Study of the Television Coverage of the IPCC’s 2021 Physical Science Report in Five Countries.” Forthcoming in Communications Earth & Environment.
Loredana Loy, 2022. Experts and climate change politicisation. A case study of the Environmental Protection Agency (1983–2015), Science and Public Policy.
Brulle RJ, Hall G, Loy L, Schell-Smith K. 2021. “Obstructing action: foundation funding and US climate change counter-movement organizations,” Climatic Change. 2021;166(1):17.
Wetts, Rachel, J. Painter, and Loredana Loy. “The IPCC in the Hybrid Public Sphere: Divergent Responses to Climate Mitigation Solutions in Mainstream and Social Media.” Under review at Climatic Change.
Hall, Galen, R. Brulle, Loredana Loy, K. Schell-Smith, M. Hu, and S. Trollback. “Where Private Interests Meet Ideology: Board Interlocks in the Climate Change Countermovement.” Under review at Nature Communications.