The Partnerships/Organizations linked on this page actively support the Caucus with scientific research and analysis, hosting delegations, and supporting educational programs and activities. However, these links do not imply that the Caucus endorses any specific organization or the policies, actions or affiliations of those listed on this page.
- U.S. Senate ICC
- African Wildlife Foundation
- CHEETAH CONSERVATION FUND
- National Geographic Society
- U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service
- Bushmeat Crisis Task Force
- The WILD Foundation
- Conservation International
- The Nature Conservancy
- The Jane Goodall Institute
- Wildlife Conservation Society
- World Wildlife Fund
The ICCF educates U.S. policymakers and the world's political and business leaders on the links between good natural resource management and sustainable economic development, poverty alleviation, conflict avoidance and regional security.
Mission of the ICCF
It is our belief that as America has exported freedom, democracy, and free enterprise, we have the ability and the interest to see that America also exports good natural resource management. The International Conservation Caucus Foundation (ICCF) firmly believes that conservation is compatible with development and that stewardship of natural resources is fundamental to poverty alleviation, conflict avoidance, good governance, and regional security. We are convinced that it is in America's national interest to expand its leadership in the world to promote sound, long-term policies of sustainable land, water, and biodiversity management.
Click here to visit the ICCF's website.