Q. Does the CCN engage in lobbying?
A. CCN is not a lobbying organization and does not employ lobbyists. We do not engage in any activities that require reporting under LDA regulations.
Q. Do CCN briefings and events comply with all U.S. House and Senate ethics regulations?
A. Yes. All Congressional events are in full compliance with U.S. House and Senate ethics regulations
Q. How can I involve my embassy, government, corporation, or nonprofit with the CCN?
A. We encourage interested parties to contact us directly at
to set up an informational meeting. While our briefings and events are generally closed to CCN affiliates, we are always please to extend invitations to prospective members and partners.
Q. Where can I learn more about conservation activities in a particular country?
A. Please visit our Country Members page at http://councilofnations.org/index.php?option=com_content&view=article&id=94&Itemid=80
Q. Where can I find out about jobs and internships with the CCN?
A. Current staff and internship openings are posted at http://councilofnations.org/index.php?option=com_content&view=article&id=132&Itemid=169
Q. I am a park ranger or other resource management professional and am interested in volunteering with Global Parks. How can I get involved?
A. Please visit the Global Parks website at www.globalparks.org.