“Everything indicates that by the end of this century, Slovakia will warm by another four degrees Celsius. “If very strict measures are taken around the world, then the warming could be three degrees Celsius, if no or very unfortunate measures are taken, the warming could be as much as six degrees,” he said. Photo gallery (3) Source: Getty Images The subject of Lapin’s work is mainly the physics of climate change. “Despite the fact that politicians have very bold plans and goals to slow down climate change, it continues almost as if we had done nothing.” This means that we must adapt and take measures to reduce the negative effects of climate change, “he explained. Photo gallery (3) Source: Getty Images Slovak climatologist, Professor Milan Lapin, is not only a top scientist, but also a tireless popularizer of science. at the Slovak Hydrometeorological Institute, later transferred to the Faculty of Mathematics, Physics and Informatics of Comenius University, where he still works at the Department of Astronomy, Earth Physics and Meteorology.
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