After winning a Nobel prize for helping to protect the planet, Mario Molina is tackling a much more difficult problem — trying to clean up Mexico City.
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Jeff Tollefson is a reporter for Nature based in Washington DC.
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Tollefson, . Environment: Mexico's scientist in chief. Nature 467, 902–905 (2010). https://doi.org/10.1038/467902a
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