The 4th International Electronic Conference on Forests
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Dear Colleagues and Esteemed Participants,

It is with immense pleasure and anticipation to announce The 4th International Conference on Forests – Science, Society and Innovation Nexus in Forestry: Pathways to global sustainability conference. This event is a testament to the collective spirit of the global forestry community, convening virtually to navigate the multifaceted challenges and possibilities of our time.

Forests are more than just timber reserves; they are the lifeblood of our planet. The echoes of their significance reverberate in numerous global discussions, from climate change conferences to health summits. Beyond their role in biodiversity conservation, carbon sequestration, and ecosystem service provision, forests embody the essence of cultural heritage, spiritual reverence, artistic inspiration, and much more. Their intertwining roots, much like our global community, remind us of the strength in unity and collaboration.

The recent disasters worldwide and future scenarios have heightened our realization of the imperative role forests play, not just in ecological balance, but in the very fabric of human health and well-being. In these trying times, it’s pivotal that we champion the cause of sustainable forest management, viewing it not merely as a mandate but as a shared responsibility.

This conference stands as a beacon for pioneering innovations, fostering synergies, and promoting a holistic approach to forest research and management. It is a canvas where ideas meet action, where expertise bridges gaps, and where the future of forests becomes a collaborative vision.

You are sincerely invited to engage, share, and co-create during this journey. Your voice, research, and passion are integral to shaping the sustainable future forests we all envision.

Welcome to a dialogue of transformation and hope.

Conference Chair:
Dr. Giorgos Mallinis
Laborary of Photogrammetry and Remote Sensing,
Department of Cadastre, Photogrammetry and Cartography,
School of Rural and Surveying Engineering,
Aristole University of Thessaloniki, Greece



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