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About Angelina Davydova

Angelina Davydova is an independant environmental journalist based in St Petersburg. 

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COP21: stories from Russia’s indigenous peoples

At the UN's recent climate change conference in Paris, Russia's indigenous peoples told stories of how climate change is affecting them and how they are increasingly coming into conflict with mining companies. Русский

COP21: a diary from Paris

oDR correspondent Angelina Davydova is in Paris attending the UN climate conference COP21, where she's keeping her eye on the Russian side of things... 

There's something in the air in Russia

Russia’s cities are choking. If we’re going to change the state of air pollution in this country, we need to open up data, monitoring and public engagement. Русский

Energy efficiency in Russia

Russia intended to improve its energy efficiency by 40% of GDP by 2020. How is it doing?

 

The problems of environmental activism in Russia

arctic-ocean-79833_640_0.jpg Climate change is still of little interest to Russians. But why? на русском языке

 

Wasting energy Russian-style

Russia is one of the least energy efficient countries in the world. The potential savings are vast. Some experts reckon that Russia's economic future could depend on them. President Medvedev has finally made energy saving a national priority. But will there be any follow-through?
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