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Mario Molina (1943-2020)
By Jaime Urrutia Fucugauchi, Ligia Pérez Cruz, Araxi Urrutia Odabachian
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Dr. Mario Molina -Retrospective

As global temperatures rise and demand for air conditioning and refrigeration soars, all countries must adopt common-sense initiatives to make cooling more efficient, less emissions-intensive, and more affordable for consumers. Without rapid action, runaway climate change will be far harder to prevent.


Climate-Friendly Cooling Can Slow Global Warming

April 2, 2020


Best path to net zero: Cut short-lived super-pollutants. By Mario Molina, Veerabhadran Ramanathan, Durwood J. Zaelke,

December 10th, 2019

Today marks the 24th Anniversary of Dr. Mario Molina receiving the Nobel Prize in Chemistry. We invite you to read more about this historic moment:


24th Anniversary of the Nobel Prize in Chemistry

September 23, 2019

 

Dr. Molina participated in the UN Climate Action Summit in New York this week alongside scientists, world leaders and civil society. He was part of the “Unlocking the full potencial of Climate Action” meeting.


December 4, 2018

Dr. Mario Molina took part of “24 Hours of Reality” by Ex-President Al Gore and The Climate Reality Project. Over 24 hours leaders, scientists, academics, government and social representatives offered interviews to learn more about how fossil fuels and climate change are creating unique health risks that threaten the wellness of families and communities all over the world.

 

 


IN THE MEDIA

Nobel-winning Mexican scientist calls for complete ban on fuel oil

REUTERS- August 7, 2020
“Fuel oil should be banned,” said Molina in an interview last week. “Crude oil is obsolete, and even more so fuel oil, which also has very serious problems related to air contamination.”

Earth 2020: Science, society, and sustainability in the Anthropocene

PNAS -April 21, 2020
Another critical scientific advance occurred in the mid-1970s, when Mario Molina and F. Sherwood Rowland first demonstrated that chlorofluorocarbons (CFCs) would break down under UV exposure in the stratosphere, releasing free radicals that catalyzed ozone destruction. The pair would go on to share the 1995 Nobel Prize in Chemistry with Paul Crutzen.

In utero ultrafine particulate matter exposure causes offspring pulmonary immunosuppression

Early life exposure to fine particulate matter (PM) in air is associated with infant respiratory disease and childhood asthma, but limited epidemiological data exist concerning the impacts of ultrafine particles (UFPs) on the etiology of childhood respiratory disease.

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