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


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01 February 2017

Suspected Ivory Traffickers Arrive in the U.S. to Face Justice

This week, four men arrested in Kenya for heroin and methamphetamine trafficking arrived in the United States to face justice. To see the “Akasha Four” on their way to the United States to stand trial is a great victory for anti-wildlife-trafficking efforts in Kenya and East Africa . . .

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30 January 2017

ICCF Caucus Model Highlighted in World Bank Dialogue

The World Bank hosted ICCF and several Co-Chairs of African parliamentary conservation caucuses to discuss with Global Wildlife Program (GWP) stakeholders the value and impact of the conservation caucus model . . .

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23 January 2017

Oceans Caucus Leadership Sets Priorities for 115th Congess

On Saturday, January 21st, the Oceans Caucus Foundation hosted a luncheon to acknowledge the vital role of the U.S. Congressional Oceans Caucus leadership in addressing pirate fishing and present an agenda for the Caucus going forward in the 115th Congress . . .

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20 January 2017

ICCF Gala Awards "Good Stewards" Around the Globe

On January 19th, the International Conservation Caucus Foundation (ICCF) hosted its U.S. Congressional International Conservation Inauguration Gala honoring extraordinary leadership in international conservation . . .

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06 January 2017

House Oceans Caucus Welcomes Co-Chair Suzanne Bonamici

The Oceans Caucus Foundation (OCF) would like to welcome Representative Bonamici to the leadership of the Oceans Caucus . . .

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06 January 2017

Fortenberry to Serve as New ICC Co-Chair

The International Conservation Caucus Foundation (ICCF) would like to welcome Representative Fortenberry to the leadership of the ICC . . .

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14 December 2016

Malawi Passes Wildlife Amendments, Stiffens Penalties for Poachers, Traffickers

The Parliament of Malawi passed amendments to its Wildlife and National Parks Act, the first in over 20 years, to deter poaching and illegal wildlife trafficking. The co-chairs of the Malawi Parliamentary Conservation Caucus (MPCC) played a leading role.

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07 December 2016

Mozambique Passes Wildlife Trafficking and Logging Legislation

Mozambique’s parliament this month passed new legislation to protect its natural resources by cracking down on illegal trade in protected wildlife and illegal logging in its hardwood forests.

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10 November 2016

First NACOPAC Stakeholder Engagement Forum On Wildlife Management

Members of Parliament from the Namibian Conservation Parliamentary Caucus (NACOPAC), with The ICCF Group and NACSO, convened wildlife management stakeholders in Windhoek on November 10th, 2016 to discuss Namibia’s wildlife conservation and governance strategies.

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04 November 2016

Institutional & Strategic Plan Reformulation for Colombian Parks Nears Completion

Two members of ICCF’s International Conservation Corps, Terry Moore and Barbara Goodman, both with years of experience with the US National Parks Service, have been working with the National Parks of Colombia for the past year to provide technical support for the evaluation and reformulation of the PAI...

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…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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