Molina’s Early LifeBorn in Mexico City in 1943, Molina was a curious child and excelled in school. The Ozone Hole and the Montreal ProtocolMolina and Rowland’s groundbreaking research revealed how CFCs deplete the ozone layer, causing a hole in the layer above Antarctica. Molina’s Contributions Beyond Ozone DepletionOther than his key contributions to protecting the ozone layer, Dr Molina was also involved in studying air pollution, particularly in Mexico City. Dr Mario Molina’s LegacyDr Molina’s work on ozone depletion was a demonstration of the power of science to highlight the pressing environmental issues humanity faces. Dr Molina’s legacy is a reminder of the importance of stewardship, and of the responsibility we all have to protect the planet we share.
Source: Economic Times March 19, 2023 22:29 UTC