Angelina Davydova, environmental journalist and director of the Office of Environmental Information in St. Petersburg, Russia, is a long-time RSW affiliate. Davydova discusses questions about the future of the green agenda after the pandemic. What will happen with the environmental movement after the pandemic? Will there be funding for environmental policy or renewable energy in Russia? Will the Russian government ease up on environmental regulations under pressure from companies? Davydova discusses the most current, important issues in the environmental movement in Russia, including the recent disaster in the Arctic, medical waste, the struggles of the recycling system, and the sustainability of urban development in Russia's cities, among other issues.