- Environmental Communication
- International News Production
- Science Communication
- Bachelor's: Boston University
- Master's: University of Miami
- Ph.D.: University of Miami
Juliet Pinto, Ph.D., is an associate professor in the Donald P. Bellisario College of Communications and a co-funded faculty member with the Institutes of Energy and the Environment. She earned her doctorate in communication from the University of Miami, master’s degree in marine affairs and policy from the University of Miami’s Rosenstiel School of Marine and Atmospheric Science and bachelor’s degree in environmental science from Boston University.
Her co-edited volume, News Media Coverage of Environmental Challenges in Latin America and the Caribbean: Mediating Demand, Degradation and Development, was awarded the 2019 Knudson Latin America Prize by the Association for Education in Journalism and Mass Communication.
Dr. Pinto co-produced the award-winning documentary “South Florida’s Rising Seas,” the most watched online program for South Florida’s PBS affiliate in 2014, and she currently serves as the co-editor of the Journal of Environmental Media.
Troy, C. L., Pinto, J., & Cui, Z. (2022). Managing complexity during dual crises: social media messaging of hurricane preparedness during COVID-19. Journal of Risk Research, 1-18.
Zheng C., Dillard, J., Pinto, J., High, A., De la Cruz, J.J., Mainzer, S., & Cole, C.A. (2022). Media contributions to a Chesapeake Bay Watershed collective Identity: A tale of three cities. Environmental Management.
Xie, L., Pinto, J., Zhong, B. (2022). Building community resilience on social media to help recover from the COVID-19 pandemic. Computers in Human Behavior.
Pinto, J., & Gutsche, R. (Eds). (2022). Double Special Issue: Journalism, climate change and reporting synergistic effects of the Anthropocene. Journalism Practice, 16(1).
Forde, S. L., Gutsche Jr, R. E., & Pinto, J. (2022). Exploring “ideological correction” in digital news updates of Portland protests & police violence. Journalism, 14648849221100073.
Pinto, J., Gutsche, Jr., R. E., & Prado, P. (Eds.). (2019). Climate change, media & culture: Critical issues in environmental communication. Bingley, UK: Emerald.
Takahashi, B., Pinto, J., Chavez, M., & Vigon, M. (Eds.) (2018). News Media Coverage of Environmental Challenges in Latin America and the Caribbean: Mediating Demand, Degradation and Development. Palgrave.
Pinto, J., Prado, P., & Tirado, J.A. (2017). Environmental news in South America: Conflict, crisis and contestation. Springer.
Gutsche, Jr., R. E., Jacobson, S., Pinto, J. & Michel, C. (2017). Reciprocal (and reductionist?) newswork: An examination of youth involvement in creating local participatory environmental news. Journalism Practice, 11(1), 62-79.
Park, D.J., Wang, W., & Pinto, J. (2016). Beyond nuclear disaster and risk: Comparison of post-Fukushima nuclear news in U.S. and German press. Communication, Culture and Critique, 9(3), 417-437.
Takahashi, B., Pinto, J., Vigon, M., & Chavez, M. (2015). El ambiente y las noticias: Understanding U.S. Spanish language newsrooms’ coverage of environmental issues. International Journal of Hispanic Media, 8, 2-14.
Shumow, M., & Pinto, J. (2014). Spanish-language immigrant media in Miami-Dade County, Florida: Discursive arenas for transnational civil societies. The Latin Americanist, 58(4), 59-83.
Villar, M.E., & Pinto, J. (2013). Coverage of climate change in leading U.S. Spanish-language newspapers. Journal of Spanish Language Media, 6, 42-60.
Zamith, R., Pinto, J., & Villar, M. (2013). Constructing climate change in the Americas: An analysis of news coverage in U.S. and South American newspapers. Science Communication, 35(3), 334-357.
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