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ConservationCouncil of Nations

The ICCF Global Network of Policymakers, Corporations, & NGOs to Promote Natural Resource Wealth Management

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Our Mission

Building the world’s strongest network of policymakers, corporations, and NGOs

We bring together international policymakers, corporate and NGO leaders, and conservation professionals to innovate bold new natural resource management strategies.

We believe in the critical importance of conservation and the link between good natural resource management and sustainable economic growth to join ICCF’s collaboration of like-minded corporate and NGO partners to help forge bold new conservation solutions.

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Intergovernmental Organizations

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Our Approach

The next generation of conservation solutions must be global solutions, engaging every region and every sector on every level. Read more.

Who We Are

Learn about the Conservation Council of Nations
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The Need. Our Goals and Strategy

Our market-oriented approach and conservation philosophy.THE LOGIC

What We Do

International briefings and interparliamentary conferences.
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The Focus. Transnational Collaboration

Our engagement to build consensus on conservation and sustainability issues.CROSS-SECTORAL & GLOBAL

Our Global Network

The countries, corporations, NGOs, and intergovernmental organizations
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Solutions. Cross-Sectoral Engagement

Each from its own standpoint, but towards the goal of reaching a common missionCONSERVATION STRATEGIES

Global Headquarters

In Washington, D.C., within the organizational structure of the ICCF
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Our Foundation

The CCN Leadership work with the International Conservation Caucus of the United States CongressWAShINGTON, D.C.
Guided by professionals and experts from every sector - foreign and domestic policymakers, scientists, corporate leaders, philanthropists, and other conservation-minded individuals.
Every country has its own distinct culture, history, and biodiversity, but many share common ecosystems and conservation priorities. The CCN is providing a forum for conservation professionals to share their successes and meet their challenges.