Loredana Loy is a PhD Candidate in sociology at Cornell University. Her dissertation research is focused on the evolution of the climate change debate in the United States Congress and the role of governmental agencies in this process. Loredana also holds an MA in sociology from New York University and a BSc in economics from the Academy of Economic Studies in Bucharest, Romania.
Loredana Loy. Forthcoming. “Experts and the politicization of climate change: A case study of the Environmental Protection Agency (1983-2015)” (Forthcoming).
Robert Brulle, Galen Hall, Loredana Loy, & Kennedy Schell-Smith. Forthcoming. “Obstructing action: Foundation funding and U.S. climate change counter-movement organizations” (Under review at Nature Climate Change).
Loredana Loy. Forthcoming. “The Impact of Public Opinion and Social Movements on Climate Change Policy” (Forthcoming).