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June 13th, 2007

A seminar on climate change was organized in Mexico with UNDP, UNEP. Among speakers were the Italian ambassador and Nobel chemistry laureate Mario Molina, who gave a talk at the opening of the seminar. Extensive participation of Mexican media to the event which had wide repercussion. Around 20 newspapers from different regions of the country participated to the seminar.

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