The ICCF Group has identified governance as an underaddressed aspect in conservation and thus the limiting factor when it comes to creating positive and sustainable solutions to issues involving natural resources. We facilitate a collaborative environment where governments, businesses, and the NGO community can come together and develop market-based approaches that incorporate the value of nature and sustainable management practices into the use of natural resources.
A caucus is a group of supporters or members within a Parliament or Congress who share a similar position or concern about an issue. We use caucuses as a forum through which education and policy formulation on key natural resource management issues take place. ICCF U.S., ICCF Colombia, and ICCF Kenya are the secretariats which support caucuses in these respective countries. The ICCF Group also directly supports other caucuses in Mexico, Namibia, Peru, Tanzania, and Zambia..
Meet David H. Barron, American conservationist who worked to support the launch of the U.S. International Conservation Caucus (ICC) and recruit members from both sides of the aisle for the House and Senate.