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Daria Solomennikova

Daria Solomennikova was born in Russia in 1991 and moved to Europe when she was 17 years old. She was in her second year of bachelor's when she was first diagnosed with Asperger's syndrome. Solomennikova started writing poetry and got interested in art as a way to express and explain herself. She graduated from Charles University in 2015 with bachelor's degree in International Relations, and then continued her education in Internaional Security master's programme.

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In Russia, a New Generation of Activists are Taking on Climate Crisis

Against a hostile media—and a powerful fossil lobby, young people in Russia are coming out to build a safe climate future.

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