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Our mission is to support and guide the PCC-K with sound information and solutions to Kenya's natural resource management challenges.

PCC-K Foundation | ICCF Kenya

ICCF Kenya is a growing collaboration of leaders from Kenya’s business and NGO sectors who support and guide the Parliamentary Conservation Caucus – Kenya Chapter (PCC-K) with sound information and solutions for Kenya’s natural resource management challenges. The PCC-K was established following an ICCF collaborative summit of African parliamentarians and U.S. Congressmen in August 2012 in Nairobi.


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

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About the PCC-K

The Parliamentary Conservation Caucus, Kenya is a multiparty coalition committed to conservation and the sustainable management of Kenya’s natural resources.


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The PCC-K and ICCF Kenya are focused on such issues as the poaching crisis, water and energy security, and mining, with an emphasis on balancing development and conservation.


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09 April 2018

Colombia Oceans Caucus Sees Firsthand the Challenges for Marine Conservation

Members of the Colombian Oceans Caucus are learning firsthand the challenges facing Colombia’s oceans and coastal ecosystems. Caucus members recently visited Rosario National Reef and San Bernardo to observe conditions and discuss with local experts current work and future priorities regarding ocean conservation in Colombia.

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23 March 2018

National Workshop in Gabon Prepares Judges for Environmental Crime Cases

In Gabon, The ICCF Group is working to improve the judiciary’s understanding of issues surrounding the illegal wildlife trade and give them the necessary tools to effectively handle cases involving wildlife and environmental crimes. On March 23, 2018, The ICCF Group organized a national workshop for magistrates from nine Gabonese provinces to strengthen their capacity to handle these cases.

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21 March 2018

Led by Conservation Caucus, Colombian Congress Approves Mercury Treaty

Thanks in part to leadership by members of the Colombian Conservation Caucus, a bill approving the 2013 Minamata Convention on Mercury has passed in both chambers of the Colombian Congress.

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16 March 2018

Peruvian Conservation Caucus Members Explore “Green Growth” Around Amazon Rainforests

The ICCF Group and ICCF Peru, on March 15-17, led a multi-party delegation of members of the Peruvian Conservation Caucus on a field mission to the Amazonian city of Tarapoto to observe conditions and meet with local experts.

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14 March 2018

Safely Realizing the Okavango Watershed’s Untapped Potential

Landmines remain a challenge to sustainable development and conservation in one of the world’s most biodiverse regions, the Okavango watershed. On March 14th, ICCF hosted a panel of experts on Capitol Hill to discuss ways that Angola, home to the headwaters of this river system, can safely maximize the area’s natural potential.

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09 March 2018

MPCC Engages Stakeholders on Forest Crime Reform

Organized forest crime is a significant threat to natural resources in Malawi. As the country looks to address this threat, The ICCF Group facilitated a briefing with Malawi’s inter-agency body on wildlife crime and members of the Malawi Parliamentary Conservation Caucus (MPCC) to discuss opportunities for legal reforms.

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26 February 2018

Zambian Caucus Motivated to Lead on Conservation

In 2018, members of the Zambian Parliamentary Conservation Caucus (ZPCC) are poised to take action to address conservation challenges facing the inland African nation. To reorient the group and set priorities for the upcoming term, members gathered with leaders from government, the private sector, and civil society on February 26, 2018 in Lusaka for a day-long workshop.

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16 February 2018

Malawi Parliamentary Conservation Caucus Sets 2018 Agenda

The Malawi Parliamentary Conservation Caucus (MPCC), which garnered praise from the Speaker of Parliament for past efforts to work across party lines toward the conservation of Malawi’s wildlife, forests and environment, has launched its 2018 program of activities.

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06 February 2018

U.S. International Conservation, Oceans Caucus Co-Chairs Set Priorities for 2018

The Co-Chairs of the U.S. Congressional International Conservation Caucus and Oceans Caucus have identified priorities for the remainder of the 115th Congress, including addressing food security, conservation in southern Africa, and marine debris.

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19 January 2018

Community Forest Management in the State of Durango, Mexico – Good for the Forest, Good for Sustainable Development

The Mexican Conservation Parliamentary Group (GPCM) carried out a field mission from January 17th to 19th to enable legislators to learn first-hand the importance of community-owned and managed forestry companies . . .

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18 January 2018

Fortenberry, Caucus Co-Chairs Introduce Bill for Okavango Conservation & Development

Representative Jeff Fortenberry (R-NE), Co-Chair of the U.S. Congressional International Conservation Caucus, today introduced legislation aimed at promoting sustainable economic growth through trans-boundary conservation programs in the Okavango River Basin.

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29 November 2017

Senate President the Newest Co-Chair of Colombian Caucuses

ICCF Colombia is pleased to announce that H.S. Efraín Cepeda, the President of the Senate, has signed a commitment letter to become a co-chair of the Colombian Conservation Caucus and the Colombian Oceans Caucus.

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29 November 2017

Roundtable Discussion on Multilateral Environmental Agreements

ICCF Colombia convened a roundtable to discuss the importance of the ratification of several multilateral environmental agreements (MEAs) for sustainable development in Colombia.

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08 November 2017

National Security Briefing: Maritime Law Enforcement

On Wednesday, November 8th, the Oceans Caucus Foundation hosted the second of its National Security Briefing Series with Vice Admiral Charles Ray on the role of the U.S. Coast Guard in ocean protection, maritime partnerships, and modern technology.

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07 November 2017

The ICCF Group, Space For Giants, and Stop Ivory Publish Best Practices for Wildlife Crime Enforcement

The ICCF Group, Space for Giants, and Stop Ivory have launched a suite of new advisory documents that can guide authorities and policymakers as they enact and enforce stronger laws against wildlife and forestry crime. The documents draw on the insight of experienced legal practitioners in the wildlife and environmental fields.

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25 October 2017

ICCF Coordinates High-Level Dialogue for Conservation and Development in Crucial Okavango Region

On Wednesday, October 25th, the ICCF hosted Members of the U.S. Congress, including Co-Chairs of the International Conservation Caucus, for a high-level dialogue focused on the important Okavango River watershed region.

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24 October 2017

The Last Animals: Featured Film Clips and Panel Discussion

On October 24, ICCF hosted a panel discussion on the illegal wildlife trade, featuring film clips from The Last Animals, a film by photojournalist Kate Brooks. In addition to Kate Brooks, panelists included Lisa Dougan, President and CEO of Invisible Children, and Colin Sheldon of the Wildlife Conservation Society.

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12 October 2017

ICCF’s International Conservation Corps Undertakes Field Mission in Peru

ICCF’s International Conservation Corps program carried out a field mission in partnership with the country’s National Services for Protected Areas (SERNANP) to define areas of collaboration in which the ICCF program can support Peru through expert technical assistance.

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06 October 2017

Managing Human-Elephant Conflict in Southeast Asia

On October 6, ICCF hosted a U.S. Congressional staff briefing with the International Elephant Foundation (IEF) on managing human-elephant conflict in Southeast Asia.

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04 October 2017

Legislators Sign Declaration to Strengthen Mexico’s Commitment to CITES Compliance in NAFTA Negotiations

Under the leadership of Senator Marcela Guerra, Co-Chair of the Mexican Conservation Parliamentary Group, participating Members of Congress signed a legislative declaration committing to Mexico’s compliance with CITES and calling for NAFTA parties to consider provisions promoting sustainable, traceable trade.

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Mission
Building consensus on natural resource management and conservation as a means to promote sustainable development
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Strategy
Identifying highest-priority concerns related to Kenya’s natural resource challenges, and recommending innovative, market-driven policy solutions for the 21st century

Conservation & Development Can Reinforce Each Other


Addressing the Avoidable Paradox
Conservation and development are not opposing ideas and can in fact be reinforcing.

The ICCF Group’s strategy lends a solution to preventing mismanagement of natural resources by engaging policymakers within their respective countries to successfully govern their natural resources.


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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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