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Lucy Richardson

Monash University
Australia
Email lucy.richardson [at] monash [period/dot] edu

Lucy is a postdoctoral research fellow with the Monash Climate Change Communication Research Hub. Her current research focuses on understanding Australian climate change audiences and their responses to messaging, and how the media represents topics relating to climate change. Her broader research interests sit at the intersection of environmental science, communication, and social psychology.

Lucy is co-editor of the Research Handbook on Communicating Climate Change (Edward Elgar, 2020), and teaches the university’s Climate Change Communication unit. She was also a 2021 member of the Commonwealth Futures Climate Research Cohort of the Association of Commonwealth Universities and the British Council.

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Publications

David Holmes, Brooke Garas, & Lucy M. Richardson. 2022. “Australian newspaper framing of renewable energy: The case of Snowy 2.0.” Environmental Communication, vol. 16, no. 1, pp. 23-41.

Lucy M. Richardson. 2020. “Practitioner engagement with communication and behavioural science research.” In D. C. Holmes & L. M. Richardson (Eds.). Research Handbook on Communicating Climate Change. Cheltenham, UK: Edward Elgar Publishing (pp. 242-255).

Lucy M. Richardson. 2020. “Introduction to climate change communication campaigns.” In D. C. Holmes & L. M. Richardson (Eds.). Research Handbook on Communicating Climate Change. Cheltenham, UK: Edward Elgar Publishing (pp. 212-213).

David C. Holmes & Lucy M. Richardson (Eds.). 2020. “Research Handbook on Communicating Climate Change.” Elgar Handbooks in Energy, the Environment and Climate Change series. Cheltenham, UK: Edward Elgar Publishing.

Lucy M. Richardson & Rebecca Wickes. 2020. “Collective Efficacy.” In L. Spillman (Ed.), Oxford Bibliographies in Sociology. New York: Oxford University Press.

Lucy M. Richardson, Joel Ginn, Annayah M. B. Prosser, Julian W. Fernando, & Madeline Judge. 2020. “Improving research on the psychology of sustainable consumption: Some considerations from an early career perspective.” Journal of Social Issues, vol. 76, no. 1, pp. 150-163.