Since its founding in 2006, through the web and print publications, the ICCF Group has demonstrated a commitment to transparency, making widely available the impact of its work in the United States and around the world. Our media page continues this trend, sharing our latest publications and links to social media.

2024 Brochure

Read our comprehensive brochure, providing the most up-to-date information on our latest programs and the active caucuses we support and their most recent legislative impact.


Year-in-Review 2023

Download our Year-in-Review to learn about our latest programs, activities, and important announcements. Enjoy our collection of articles on the networks we support, and from our partners around the world.


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ICCF Partner Spotlight: International Paper Vision 2030: Q&A with Sophie Beckham, Chief Sustainability Officer

Our conservation spotlights highlight how ICCF partners on-the-ground advance policy-driven initiatives, working through public-private partnerships and by advancing sustainable development in their respective industries.


The Parliamentary Caucus Model: An Informational Guide

Learn how the caucus model provides a space for dialogue between legislators holding differing policy positions through which they can explore innovative, nonpartisan solutions and achieve consensus, serve as a forum to provide access to the best conservation governance solutions, and provide opportunities for policymakers to experience conservation realities first-hand.


The ICCF U.S. Congressional International Conservation Leadership Gala

Since 2006, the ICCF Gala brings together a diverse group of liberals and conservatives, Republicans and Democrats, corporations and NGOs, foreign dignitaries and American celebrities, volunteers and professionals in a common cause:

To "elevate to new heights the emphasis that the United States of America places on leading the world in habitat and biodiversity conservation and overall good stewardship of natural resources."

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2021 U.S. Congressional International Conservation Awards Dinner: United for Conservation

Awards Recipients of the 2021 Awards Dinner included Rob & Melani Walton; Colombian President Iván Duque Márquez; and Angolan President João Manuel Gonçalves Lourenço.

2018 U.S. Congressional International Conservation Gala

Awards Recipients of the 2018 Gala included Vulcan Inc. Chief Executive Officer Bill Hilf; African Parks Chief Executive Officer Peter Fearnhead; and U.S. Senator Sheldon Whitehouse.

2017 U.S. Congressional International Conservation Inauguration Gala

Awards Recipients of the 2017 Inauguration Gala included Director General of National Natural Parks of Colombia Julia Miranda Londoño; Park Warden of Gorongosa National Park Mateus Mutemba; and President of the Gorongosa Restoration Project in Mozambique Greg Carr.

2015 U.S. Congressional International Conservation Gala: Extraordinary Leadership in Conservation

Awards Recipients of the 2015 Gala included His Royal Highness King Charles III and International Paper Chairman & CEO Mark Sutton

2013 U.S. Congressional International Conservation Gala: Conservation in Africa - Security, Democracy, Development

Awards Recipients of the 2013 Gala included President of Tanzania Jakaya Mrisho Kikwete; Chairman of U.S. House Committee on Foreign Affairs Ed Royce; The Coca-Cola Company; and Co-Founder and Executive Director of Cheetah Conservation Fund Dr. Laurie Marker.

2012 U.S. Congressional International Conservation Oceans Gala

Awards Recipients of the 2012 Oceans Gala included President of the United States of Mexico Felipe Calderón; Bumble Bee Foods; and actress Bo Derek.

2010 U.S. Congressional International Conservation Gala: The Natural Security Challenge

Awards Recipients of the 2010 Gala included Founder Chairman Emeritus of the World Wildlife Fund Russell E. Train; the eleven nations of the Great Green Wall initiative; and President of the Americas, Unilever, Dave Lewis.

2009 U.S. Congressional International Conservation Inauguration Gala

Awards Recipients of the 2009 Inauguration Gala included actor Ed Norton; DuPont Chairman and CEO Charles O. Holliday Jr.; and conservationist Magalen O.“Maggie” Bryant.

2007 U.S. Congressional International Conservation Gala

Awards Recipients of the 2007 Gala included United Kingdom Prime Minister Tony Blair; National Geographic Chairman Gilbert M. Grosvenor; and conservationists Kris and Doug Tompkins.

2006 U.S. Congressional International Conservation Inaugural Gala

Awards Recipients of the 2006 Inaugural Gala included the Director of the Office of Management and Budget Rob Portman; actor Harrison Ford; and Patagonia founder Yvon Chouinard.

Additional Resources

2022 Year-in-Review

The 2022 Year in Review provides a recap of educational activities that we hosted on important conservation priorities; international events and briefings that we organized for parliamentary caucuses, members of the judiciary, and others; on-the-ground expertise that we provided to national parks authorities; and the exciting partnerships that we formed in support of priority issues.



The "Food Systems, Land Use and Restoration" project, also known as FOLUR, is an initiative that is part of the FOLUR Impact Program of the Global Environment Facility (GEF), which seeks to transform systems of food production and land use, so that the productive areas are better integrated, producing ecosystem services and maintaining resources and natural capital.


People & Places: Leveraging Private & Public Funds for Communities and Ecosystems

The U.S. Foundation for International Conservation is a proposed U.S.-led public-private grantmaking entity that is chartered by the government and operated as a private foundation.


Partnering with the Global Environment Facility

A key priority in GEF-8 is Policy Coherence. The ICCF Group has successfully served as a tool for GEF to achieve policy successes over the past decade.


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The ICCF Model

Now supporting 20+ nonpartisan groups across the globe, the ICCF Group advances nonpartisan leadership in conservation by building political will among parliamentary leaders while supporting the management of protected areas through its International Conservation Corps programs.

Legislative outcomes, public-private partnerships, and land management resulting from our work demonstrate our model provides cost-effective and resilient solutions to the most pressing conservation challenges faced by governments today.

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