Paul J. Crutzen received the Nobel Prize in chemistry in 1995.
For the past three centuries, humans’ effects on the global environment have escalated. The consequences are numerous and profound: acid precipitation, photochemical “smog,” and global warming being t… read more
Email Receive our Sunday newsletterA weekly collection of our most discussed columns Receive our PS On Point newsletterStay informed of the world's leading opinions on global issues
Thank you for subscribing to our newsletter.
Why not register an account with us, too? You'll be able to follow individual authors (to receive notifications whenever they publish new articles) and subscribe to more specific, topic-based newsletters.
We've noticed that there's an account connected to your email address. Login and go to your settings page if you'd like to manage your newsletter subscriptions or follow individual authors.
Don’t let fabricated news obscure real world views. Support our work by donating.