Mario Molina, Professor at the University of California, gives a speech on October 24, 2009 about the Plenary session regarding the Climate conference in Copenhagen on the last day of the European Development Days meeting in Stockholm. The European Development Days are a yearly event hosted jointly by the European Commission and the EU Presidency. The European Development Days bring some 4 000 people and 1 500 organisations from the development community together on an equal footing. Delegates from 125 countries are represented, including heads of state and leading world figures, Nobel prizewinners among them. AFP PHOTO OLIVIER MORIN
Muere el mexicano Mario Molina, Premio Nobel de Química en 1995
El científico mexicano Mario Molina murió este miércoles en la Ciudad de México, según informó el Centro Mario Molina en un comunicado. La asociación civil envió condolencias a la familia del Premio Nobel de Química en 1995 y destacó que Molina dedicó su vida en favor de la protección del medio ambiente, por lo que será recordado con orgullo y agradecimiento.
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Mario Molina, Professor at the University of California, gives a speech on October 24, 2009 about the Plenary session regarding the Climate conference in Copenhagen on the last day of the European Development Days meeting in Stockholm. The European Development Days are a yearly event hosted jointly by the European Commission and the EU Presidency. The European Development Days bring some 4 000 people and 1 500 organisations from the development community together on an equal footing. Delegates from 125 countries are represented, including heads of state and leading world figures, Nobel prizewinners among them. AFP PHOTO OLIVIER MORIN
Muere el mexicano Mario Molina, Premio Nobel de Química en 1995
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