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Línea Abierta : MARIO MOLINA – NOBEL LAUREATE

  • Título: MARIO MOLINA – NOBEL LAUREATE
  • Invitado: Mario Molina
  • Conductor: Samuel Orozco
  • Fecha: Wednesday, September 18th. 2002
  • Descripción: Born in Mexico, Dr. Mario Molina is a professor at the Massachussets Institute of Technology and 1995 Nobel Chemistry Prize for his research on pollution in the atmosphere.
  • Género: News
  • Ubicación: San Francisco, CA
  • Program Number: 3578
  • Productor: Samuel Orozco
  • Número del Programa: 3578
  • Editor: radio bilingue
  • Derechos: Creative Commons Attribution-Noncommercial 3.0 United States License
  • Asunto: Environment
  • Año: 2002
  • Nombre del Programa: 020918___3578_-_Mario_Molina.mp3
  • Duración: 59:11 minutes (54.22 MB)
  • Formato: Mono 44kHz 128Kbps (CBR)

Born in Mexico, Dr. Mario Molina is a professor at the Massachussets Institute of Technology and 1995 Nobel Chemistry Prize for his research on pollution in the atmosphere. His discoveries led to an international environmental treaty, banning production of industrial chemicals that affect the ozone layer. Dr. Molina is one of the world’s top experts on chemical pollution and its effects on the environment. In this interview, Dr. Molina proposes new agreements to limit emissions of greenhouse gases, modernize cars with catalytic converters in Mexico and other polluted areas, and increase efforts to educate more engineers and scientists in under developed countries. Part of the series Latinos in Engineering, this program also celebrates Latino Heritage Month.

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