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In partnership with The ICCF Group, caucus leaders in the U.S. and around the globe have achieved the following successes:



Stamp Act - United States

2015 reauthorization of the Saving Vanishing Species Semipostal Stamp Act, which has provided more than $2.5 million to benefit endangered animals

Global Anti-Poaching Act - United States

Passage by the House of H.R. 2494, The Global Anti-Poaching Act, authored by ICC Founding Co-Chair Rep. Ed Royce

H.R. 774 - United States

Passage into law of H.R. 774, The Illegal, Unreported, and Unregulated Fishing Enforcement Act of 2015

Forest Bill - Zambia

Passage of the Zambia Wildlife Policy 2015 and introduction of a Zambian forest bill that provides for the sustainable management of forests for the benefit of ecosystems and people

Bilateral Agreemen - Tanzania & Zambia

Signing of the bilateral Agreement on the Coordinated Conservation and Management of the Miombo/Mopane Woodland Ecosystem between the United Republic of Tanzania and the Republic of Zambia

Bilateral Agreement - Tanzania & Mozambique

Signing of the bilateral Agreement on the Coordinated Conservation and Management of the Niassa-Selous Ecosystem between the United Republic of Tanzania and the Republic of Mozambique

Sucommittee Formation - Kenya

Formation by the Kenyan caucus of a subcommittee in the Departmental Committee on Environment and Natural Resources to investigate poaching in Kenya

Widlife Legislation - Malawi

Formation by the President of Malawi of a task force within the Ministry of Natural Resources to review laws and policies on wildlife in Malawi

National Parks Management - Colombia

Strengthening of the management capacity of Colombia’s national park system, especially regarding the ability to sustainably support increased tourism to bring much-needed jobs to rural communities

National Parks Management - Thailand

Improvement of the management and operations of Thailand’s premier national park, which may now be utilized as a regional learning platform

National Parks Management - Jamaica & Haiti

Improved management and financial sustainability of national parks in Jamaica and Haiti. Development of management plans for governmental consulting.

National Parks Management - Bahamas

Strengthened capacity of the government of the Bahamas to manage its forests. Enhancing its ability to sustainably support increased tourism .


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