ICCF in the United States
In Washington, D.C., ICCF advances U.S. leadership in international conservation through public and private partnerships and developing the next generation of conservation leaders in the U.S. Congress.Learn More
The Most Popular Caucus on Capitol Hill
ICCF educates and acts as secretariat to the leadership of the bipartisan U.S. Congressional International Conservation Caucus, made up of more than 1/3 of the U.S. Congress.
Building political will
We bring together leaders at the highest levels of government, business, and the NGO community, setting the conservation and environmental agenda by coordinating people with scientific expertise, organizations that support and manage programs on the ground, and policymakers who shape legislation.
Championing public-private collaboration
Through ICCF, public- and private-sector organizations collaborate and seek consensus on conservation issues and share their expertise with policymakers, providing sound, market-oriented conservation solutions with the highest standards in accountability, effectiveness, and transparency.
U.S. Congressional International Conservation Caucus
The ICC was founded in 2003 with a commitment to helping the U.S. lead public and private international partnerships that provide stewardship of natural resources for habitat and biodiversity protection, poverty reduction, economic development, and regional security.
U.S. Congressional Oceans Caucus
The OC was founded in 2011 to increase awareness and find common ground in responding to issues facing the oceans and coasts. Senators Sheldon Whitehouse (D-RI) and Lisa Murkowski (R-AK), Co-Chairs of the bipartisan Senate Oceans Caucus, recently introduced the BLUE GLOBE Act to advance data collection of the Great Lakes, oceans, bays, estuaries, and coasts.
U.S. Senate Climate Solutions Caucus
The Climate Solutions Caucus in the Senate is bipartisan. All actions by the caucus require unanimous agreement among the members.