Current Focus in Congress

Setting the international conservation agenda in Washington, D.C., affecting livelihoods globally

December 9, 2014

Member event with Mr. Michael Horn, CEO &
President of Volkswagen Group of America

A dinner to discuss the importance of private sector initiatives in sustainaibility and conservation.

September 24, 2014

Combating wildlife trafficking
in Mozambique & South Africa

With the Joaquim Chissano Foundation and the Peace Parks Foundation.

July 08, 2014

USAID launches biodiversity policy

A luncheon to launch USAID’s new Biodiversity Policy with USAID Director Rajiv Shah.

Partners in Conservation through Development

Now available to download: PIC 2015

Our annual publication highlighting our partners in conservation, through development.

Automobile Industry

Volkswagen Group of America

Leading the industry toward carbon-neutral mobility, for sustainable and efficient development of natural resources

Entertainment Industry

SeaWorld Parks & Entertainment

Supporting wildlife conservation, research, and education at home and around the world

February 20, 2015

Reps. Young & Bordallo: a bill against Illegal, Unreported, and Unregulated (IUU) Fishing

H.R. 774 would strengthen existing enforcement measures by increasing the capacity for inspection, identification, and monitoring of illegal foreign vessels.

January 15, 2015

Malawi & Uganda Sign the Arusha Declaration

Calling for the most comprehensive set of actions to strengthen transborder collaboration on combating wildlife and environmental crime.

January 9, 2015

Sen. Graham & Feinstein: a bill against Illegal Wildlife Trafficking

Law enforcement crackdown on poachers

Why International Conservation Benefits the U.S.

Bolstering America's economy, improving our security & meeting our growing needs for natural resources

International conservation provides benefits not only to people and wildlife in the developing world, but to every American citizen—by bolstering America’s economy, improving our security, and meeting our growing needs for natural resources.


America’s role in maintaining global stability is rooted not only in our economic, moral, and military strength, but the fact that U.S. interests touch every industry and sphere of influence in the world. U.S. interests can only be protected by active international leadership. At a time when we must tighten our fiscal budget dramatically, it has never been more essential to make the international conservation investments to prevent endemic economic dislocation and chaos at a global scale.

About the U.S. Congressional International Conservation Caucus

The most popular, active bipartisan caucus on Capitol Hill

The ICCF directly supports the International Conservation Caucus - the second largest U.S. Congressional Caucus. It is currently comprised of over 1/3 of the U.S. House of Representatives and over 1/4 of the U.S. Senate. The ICCF works with Congressional ICC leaders to pull together broad audiences to forge initiatives that address the world's most pressing conservation challenges.

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