1. Henning Rodhe

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    Henning Rodhe, Professor of Chemical Meteorology at Stockholm University, Sweden, receives the Volvo Environment Prize 2015 for his contributions to the understanding of the world’s atmosphere. His pioneering work explains how gases and particles are transported and deposited and how they affect climate, ecosystems and human health.

  2. Susan Solomon

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    The Volvo Environment Foundation takes great pleasure in awarding its 2009 environment prize to Dr Susan Solomon. Dr Solomon is an outstanding atmospheric chemist and physicist, whose pioneering scientific contributions have had major impact on crucial environmental policies.

  3. Paul Crutzen

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