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2023 Speakers

Hajri Haska

Hajri Haska, Speaker at Plant Science Conferences
Agricultural University, Albania
Title : Climatic changes and forest trees and shrubs adaptation in the future time


The earth planet, the environment and the different forms of life have had a close relationship at every stage of human development, they have such correlations so significant that in these last decades there is talk of very real mutual influences between the binomial planet/environment - and life forms, life communities. Many living organisms have such strong connections with the environment that their existence cannot be understood without specific conditions for certain species or populations. And depending on these individual conditions, populations, living organisms, have sometimes increased and decreased throughout the globe. But, it is the human species, which has only had increases in frightening progression from decade to decade, from century to century, regardless of the fact that there have been natural or human disasters such as diseases and wars. So, when the world was at the acceptable limits of some unpleasant environmental phenomena, the human population had a greater need for the use of resources and began to use the techniques of various technologies for the use of resources, which were bringing more and more significant negative impacts on the environment. Thus began phenomena such as soil, air, water pollution, such phenomena in the atmosphere that have to do with the ozone layer, up to heavy pollution in the form of smog or acid rain, threat of rare species or ecosystems, finally to global warming, are mostly attributed to human activities. There are many factors that have been influential in the appearance of these phenomena, but the increase in population, the use of natural resources and the technology used are considered to be the main factors in the appearance of these phenomena. A worldwide overpopulation is still observed in extremes, from a few thousand individuals about 200,000 years ago, in 1880 we passed 1 billion, and in 1999 we reached 6 billion. One estimate puts the world's population at 7.7 billion in 2019, and projections predict it will reach 8.5 billion in 2030, 9.7 billion in 2050, and 10.9 billion in 2100. But, apart from the fact that we have an increase in the number of people from year to year, at the same time more and more, the world is getting more and more urbanized, and this especially at the end of the century we passed and continues with high intensity towards the century we are in. Around the 1980s worldwide, almost 50% of the population lived in urban areas in cities/towns, and this urban population figure is projected to reach about 70% by the 2050s.


Prof. Haska, PhD studies in 1992-1999 for forestry and environment, since 2013 title “Professor”. Engaged in both: research and teaching; 1997-2002 Research Fellow, 2002-2007 Director FPRI, 2007-2011 Director of AEF, external/guest lecturer since 2001 at the FFS, Tirana, Albania and others universities. From October 2011 ongoing: permanent Academic staff, Professor, University of Agriculture, FFS, Tirana, Albania (Full Time), Part Time in national and international universities Designed, participated, directed studies, research project, national and international level, about 52, 19 internationally; participants in working groups for preparation of legislation, strategies, field of forestry and environment. Participated many meetings, seminars, conferences etc., at national and international level, 92 of them, has made 74 presentations, publications in various journals and magazines, about 95, including 13 in journals with Editorial Board and 3 in journals Thomson Routers, 10 texts/monographs, Awards and Acknowledgments . External collaborator with CFRI, Croatia, from 2005, External collaborator IF, Belgrade, Serbia, from 2006. Member national/ international associations, member Editorial Board 4 journals.

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