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Well Under 2 Degrees Celsius:Fast Action Policies to Protect People and the Planet from Extreme Climate Change

  DOWNLOAD DOCUMENT   “Climate change is an urgent problem requiring urgent solutions,” said Dr. Mario Molina, Nobel Laureate and lead co-chair of the report. “We have less than a decade to put these solutions in place around the world  Continue reading »

30th Anniversary of the Montreal Protocol

The Montreal Protocol is perhaps the most successful international environmental treaty, signed by 197 nations and responsible for the progressive phase-down of substances that damage the ozone layer of the Earth. “This protocol, signed in 1987 under the United Nations  Continue reading »

Mario Molina participated at the 67th Lindau Nobel Laureate Meeting

June 2017 Every year, about 30 Nobel Laureates convene at Lindau, Germany to meet the next generation of leading scientists: 400-500 undergraduates, PhD students, and post-doc researchers from all over the world. The Lindau Nobel Laureate Meetings foster the exchange among scientists  Continue reading »

Smart City Expo Latam Congress

June 2017 Smart City Expo Latam Congress is the smart and sustainable cities macro event for Mexico and Latin America whose goal is to expand the platform for boosting and developing smart and sustainable cities and territories. The congress is  Continue reading »

MIT President writes letter regarding US withdrawal from Paris Agreement

Letter regarding US withdrawal from Paris climate agreement MIT News Office June 2, 2017    To the members of the MIT community, Yesterday, the White House took the position that the Paris climate agreement — a landmark effort to combat  Continue reading »

The Mario Molina Center announces changes in the office of the Executive Director

The Mario Molina Center announces changes in the office of the Executive Director   Thursday June 1,  2017 |  Mexico City  |      We inform that Dr. Francisco Urbano Barnés Regueiro is no longer the Executive Director of the  Continue reading »

Scientist Mario Molina (Hon.’17) delivers Baccalaureate Address and receives Honorary Degree

Sunday May 21, 2017 Do your future work with passion, Nobel Laureate tells Graduating University Seniors Climate change scientist Mario Molina (Hon.’17) delivers Baccalaureate Address “Science has to work together with government and business for the continued improvement of the  Continue reading »

30 Climate Scientists send letter to EPA Chief, Scott Pruitt

March 13, 2017 Scott Pruitt, Administrator U.S. Environmental Protection Agency   Dear Administrator Pruitt, As scientists who study the Earth’s climate system, we are deeply troubled by your recent statement that there is “tremendous disagreement” about whether carbon dioxide from human  Continue reading »

Dr. Mario Molina speaks about Air Pollution at Harvard University

No cookie-cutter fixes on air pollution Harvard Gazette Nobelist who identified cause of ozone hole says world’s megacities require solutions that fit their circumstances February 9, 2017 By Alvin Powell, Harvard Staff Writer ANobel Prize-winning chemist who identified the cause  Continue reading »

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