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BOCOPAC

The Botswana Conservation Parliamentary Caucus (BOCOPAC) is a multiparty coalition of Parliamentarians, including Cabinet Ministers, committed to elevating the role that natural resource management plays in domestic policy and regional development.


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Calling U.S. response to the African elephant and rhinoceros poaching crisis.

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About BOCOPAC

A multiparty coalition of Parliamentarians, including Cabinet Ministers, committed to elevating the role that natural resource management plays in domestic policy and regional development.


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Parliamentary Focus

BOCOPAC members have resolved to pursue actions for natural resource governance, conservation, and sustainable economic development.


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The Latest with ICCF

18 May 2017

ICCF Hosts Colombian President for Bipartisan Dialogue at the U.S. Capitol

ICCF hosted a luncheon with the President of the Republic of Colombia, Juan Manuel Santos, and Members of the United States Congress . . .

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27 April 2017

Namibian Caucus Sets Priorities on Wildlife and Fisheries Management

Members of Parliament from the Namibian Conservation Parliamentary Caucus (NACOPAC) met with key Ministry of Environment officials to prioritize near-term conservation governance actions . . .

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20 April 2017

Roundtable Discussion with Eric Solheim, Director of UN Environment

On April 20, ICCF hosted a roundtable on Capitol Hill with Erik Solheim, Executive Director of the United Nations Environment Programme . . .

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05 April 2017

Breakfast Briefing with Representative Suzanne Bonamici (D-OR)

As part of its Congressional Breakfast Briefing Series, the Oceans Caucus Foundation hosted new House Oceans Caucus Co-Chair Representative Suzanne Bonamici (D-OR) on April 5, 2017 . . .

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03 April 2017

Reducing Consumer Demand for Rhino Horn in Southeast Asia

On April 3, as part of its Capitol Hill Briefing Series, ICCF hosted Andrew Muir, CEO of Wilderness Foundation Africa and Wilderness Foundation Global, to discuss efforts to reduce consumer demand for rhino horn in Southeast Asia . . .

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29 March 2017

2017 ICCF Conservation Council Luncheon

On March 28th, the ICCF and OCF held their annual Conservation Council Luncheon, at which the Co-Chairs of the U.S. Congressional International Conservation Caucus and Oceans Caucus joined with members of ICCF’s Conservation Council to discuss priorities for the year ahead . . .

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27 March 2017

Senators Sullivan, Peters Named Honorary Oceans Caucus Co-Chairs

The Oceans Caucus Foundation is pleased to welcome Senators Dan Sullivan (R-AK) and Gary Peters (D-MI) as the Honorary Co-Chairs of the 115th Senate Oceans Caucus . . .

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15 March 2017

ICCF Hosts Costa Rican President on Capitol Hill

Costa Rican President Luis Guillermo Solís addressed members of the U.S. Congressional International Conservation Caucus and ICCF business and NGO partners at an ICCF-hosted dinner honoring his conservation leadership ...

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27 February 2017

Conservation Corps Develops Management Plan for Haiti's Largest MPA

Conservation experts from The ICCF Group’s International Conservation Corps, working with Haiti’s Fondation pour la Protection de la Biodiversité Marine (FoProBiM), recently completed the development of a comprehensive ten-year management plan for Haiti’s largest marine protected area ...

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23 February 2017

Central African Criminal Justice Workshop on Combating Wildlife Crime

The ICCF Group convened senior prosecutors, magistrates, investigators, wildlife agency officials, and legislators from Central African countries to examine strategies for improving the efficiency and effectiveness of wildlife crime investigations, prosecutions, and sentencing . . .

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Leaders in Conservation

…THE PROSPERITY OF OUR PEOPLE DEPENDS DIRECTLY ON THE ENERGY AND INTELLIGENCE WITH WHICH OUR NATURAL RESOURCES ARE USED”

U.S. President Theodore Roosevelt

 

 

 

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