Susan Canney

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"Dr. Susan Canney has worked on a variety of nature conservation projects in Africa, Asia and Europe, including living for several years in Niger and Tanzania. Dr. Canney has also worked as a research officer at the Green College Centre for Environmental Policy & Understanding (UK). In addition to collaborating with WILD, she also currently works with Pisces Conservation studying changing fish populations around the British coast and with the Wildlife Conservation Research Unit (WildCRU- Oxford) to researching the decline of the wild dog population in Zimbabwe.

"Susan earned a series of MAs in Natural Sciences (Zoology), Landscape Design, and Environmental Policy. She brought these all together in a Doctorate from Oxford University, earned for understanding the drivers behind changing human land use and its impact on a protected area in Tanzania.

"Dr. Canney is also the Secretary and a Co-founder of the Earth Systems Science Special Interest Group of the Geological Society of London, and of the Gaia Network. In addition to all of this, she teaches at University of Oxford and the Green Economics Institute and is part of Forum for the Future’s ‘Reconnections’ team focusing on business leaders."[1]

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  1. Staff & Associates, WILD Foundation, accessed December 14, 2011.