Nina Kruglikova graduated with a DPhil in Geography and the Environment from Trinity College, Oxford, in 2014. Her doctoral thesis is an ethnographic study which comprised a year of fieldwork in a major campaigning environmental NGO and focused on the mediation of scientific knowledge. Prior to this, she obtained a PhD in Linguistics and Communications from Herzen State Pedagogical University. Her expertise includes environmental activism, sustainable development, social entrepreneurship, discourse analysis, ethnography and heritage studies. Among her research interests there are also interrelations between the visual arts and climate change, as well as preservation of cultural heritage and indigenous knowledge. She is an expert in cross-cultural communications and public engagement with research, as well as an accredited practitioner with the Chartered Institute of Public Relations. She has worked as a consultant for the UN projects, and she recently contributed as an author on citizen science to the Global Environmental Outlook–6 (GEO–6) report. She is a Fellow of the Royal Anthropological Institute and a Friend of the Pitt Rivers Museum. In her free time, she is a freelance tour guide and volunteer for the Oxford Preservation Trust.