Rewilding for Healthy Landscapes
Wild Horses, Bio-Diversity, and Open Spaces
December 1, 2020 @ 12:00 pm – 1:15 pm EST
Presented by CANA Foundation in partnership with the Institute of Politics and Global Affairs at Cornell University.
Executive Vice President
of Public Affairs
Wildlife Conservation Society
WilmerHale Law Firm
Institute of Politics
and Global Affairs
Animal Wellness Action
What do wild horses, biodiversity and open spaces have to do with healthy landscapes?
Understanding how important preserving and rebuilding open spaces is to our physical health as well as climate health is the first step in fostering healthy landscapes.
Wild horses along with other species that are an integral part of the natural system play a crucial role in helping to rebuild biodiversity and to preserving endangered species.
Join us for this Zoom Webinar on Tuesday, December 1st from 12pm to 1:15pm ET
Erin King Sweeney
Erin King Sweeney is the Executive Director of CANA, where she leads efforts to help communicate CANA’s messaging to a multi-platform audience. An attorney with over twenty years of experience in the aviation industry, Erin also serves as President of King Sweeney Strategies LLC which advises clients on business strategy in the transportation, security and equine fields. For 5 years, Erin served as a Councilwoman in the Town of Hempstead, New York, winning election, and was selected as majority leader. Erin’s work focused on downtown development and transit-oriented growth. Erin is a Member of the Board of the Cradle of Aviation Museum and serves on the Advisory Council for the Belmont Childcare Association. As a breast cancer survivor, Erin has chaired and organized events with elected officials and health care professionals to raise awareness about the importance of early detection. Erin graduated manga cum laude from the University of Notre Dame and is a graduate of Notre Dame Law School.
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