Alexey Vlasov is Deputy General Director for Retail Business at Ingosstrakh, specialist in the realization of the company’s strategy in the retail segment. He graduated in Cybernetics from the National Research Nuclear University (1998), with specialization in Automated Systems of Data Processing and Management. He has worked in the sphere of insurance since 1993, and since 1996—at Ingosstrakh.
Darya Varlamova is author and editor-in-chief of the project “Atlas of New Professions”. She is a journalist and winner of the “The Enlightener” Prize in the Natural and Exact Sciences nomination (2017) awarded for her book Going Crazy! A Guide to Mental Disorders for a Big City Dweller (co-authored with Anton Zayniev). Darya graduated from the Faculty of Communications, Media and Design of National Research Center – Higher School of Economics. At various times, she has written for the newspapers Izvestiya and Profile, the magazines Bolshoy Gorod, Sekret Firmy, and other media, and collaborated the online platform Theories & Practices and Slon.ru. She runs a blog on psychology and psychiatry at Snob.ru.
Alexey Kokorin is a Russian climate scientist, Director of the Climate and Energy Program at WWF Russia. Candidate in Geophysics. Kokorin was awarded the Nobel Peace Prize (as a member of the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change). He is an Honorable Worker of Nature Protection and member of the Public Council of the Federal Service for Hydrometeorology and Environmental Monitoring. Author of over 170 academic and popular-science articles and books on climate change and environmental politics.
Pavel Boev is co-founder and Science Director at the project “The Epoch of Anthropocene”. Anthropologist, ecologist, graduate of Bristol University and Higher School of Economics. Having previously worked at the UN, the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of New Zealand, Russian Geographical Society, and WWF Russia, he currently conducts research in the field of cultural anthropology in the context of environmental and technological factors impacting social development. Science editor of WWF Russia’s reports on the Russian Federation’s ecological footprint and of the Russian edition of the Living Planet Report (WWF International).
Dmitry Burenko is sociologist, co-founder and director at the project “The Epoch of Anthropocene”. He graduated in Sociology and Human Resource Management from the State University of Management where he also received a candidate degree in Social Psychology. A professional administrator with many years of experience in the fields of advertising, marketing, fundraising, and project leadership in the sphere of sustainable development and education, Dmitry previously worked at BBDO Group and WWF.