Regional and International Collaboration

Caucuses in Latin America collaborate within the framework of the Pacific Alliance to collaborate and strengthen the work done by co-chairs and members at the national level.

At the conclusion of the Mount Vernon International Conservation Caucus Summit, legislative leaders representing ten countries across Africa and Latin America signed the Declaration of Mount Vernon, committing to promote conservation and the sustainable utilization of natural resources.

A group of legislators from Colombia, Mexico, and Peru have unanimously adopted and signed the Declaration of Bogotá, an agreement regarding the role of legislators in the promotion and management of sustainable forestry.

On Tuesday, October 25, in Mexico City, Senator Ninfas Salinas, Chairperson of the Mexican Senate Committee on the Environment and Natural Resources and Co-Founder of the Mexican Conservation Parliamentary Group, led the official launch of the Inter-American Network of Legislators on Environmental Rights (RILDA).

A delegation of The ICCF Group, led by Policy and Environment Director Bill Millan and Director of Policy, Latin America Miguel Moreno San Juan, was in Bogota on the 31st of May, conducting a Joint Session presentation during the Plenary Session of the Andean Parliament.

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