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The Earth’s ozone hole is shrinking and is the smallest it has been since 1988 – Washington Post
“It’s extremely rewarding, because it was originally just a scientific effort, and then we were able to convince society that it was a problem — here’s what would happen if we do not deal with it,” said chemist Mario Molina, who had an integral role in the discovery of the ozone hole and who was awarded a Nobel Prize for his research in 1995.
CENTRO MARIO MOLINA PARA ESTUDIOS ESTRATÉGICOS SOBRE ENERGÍA Y MEDIO AMBIENTE