Angelina Davydova is an environmental journalist as well as a director of the German-Russian Office of Environmental Information. Her current work focuses on climate change, specifically from a global cooperation aspect. Articles written by her can be found in Reuters, Science Magazine and several other international media outlets. After receiving a degree in economics from St. Petersburg State University of Economics and Finance, she began her work in journalism, writing for Russian and international media. Davydova is a lecturer at St. Petersburg University in Russia where she currently resides. Davydova's academic career has only progressed since she began writing; in 2006, she was named a Reuters Foundation Fellow at Oxford University and participated in the Beahrs Environmental Leadership Program at UC Berkeley in 2012. In 2018-2019, she served as a Humphrey Fellow at UC Davis. She spoke remotely from St. Petersburg, Russia with Suzannah Evans Comfort, assistant professor at Indiana University's Media School in journalism practice and environmental communication.