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Dr. Mario Molina

October 7th, 2020

It is with deep sorrow that we inform you of the passing of Mario J. Molina, who died today in his house in Mexico City.  

His wife, sons, and brothers thank all the thoughts and prayers received during these difficult moments.

Dr. Molina is an example to the world, he dedicated his life to research and working in favor of protecting our environment. He will always be remembered with enormous pride and gratitude.

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October 9th, 2020

MARIO MOLINA
His wife Guadalupe, sons Felipe, Joshua, Allan and Asher, daughter in laws Mariana, Rachel and Fernanda, and his grandchildren Joseph & Luca, thank the outpouring of love and support received for the irreparable loss of our “Doc”.

We are left with his kindness and his incomparable example. We will continue to dedicate our lives to doing what we love with passion, like you taught us.

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Mario Molina and Carlos Mena, 2019

October 10th, 2020

“Typical of an engineer, he always wanted to solve through science, the real problems society was facing. His desire to come back to Mexico, the country where he was born and studied chemical engineering was always present. This is how the Mario Molina Center for Strategic Studies on Energy and the Environment came to be in 2005. Armed with profound scientific knowledge, great prestige and willingness to influence public and private policy, he lead this Center for 15 years carrying our research, studies and policy proposals to solve problems on air quality, climate change and sustainable development in Mexico. His humanity, his love for science, his genuine interest in society´s wellbeing, and his astounding optimism were all fundamental ingredients to his success.
Thank you Mario for your friendship, your teachings and your confidence, FARE WELL.”
-Carlos Mena Brito, dear friend to Mario and Executive Director of the Mario Molina Center



MARIO MOLINA CENTER FOR STRATEGIC STUDIES ON ENERGY AND THE ENVIRONMENT
CDMX