The Latin America Conservation Council (LACC) is an unprecedented group of entrepreneurial and political leaders from Latin America and other parts of the world — brought together by The Nature Conservancy, the largest world environmental organization — with a shared vision: acting today to ensure Latin America's sustainable future and valuing nature for the prosperity of generations to come.
The Council is working to raise awareness and design, document and disseminate innovative and scalable solutions for our greatest challenges — Water Security, Food Security and Smart Infrastructure development — in collaboration with all social sectors (government, business, financial, science and the public), for sustainable prosperity in favor of nature and people in Latin America.
It unites business thinkers, conservationists and public sector expertise from across Latin America and beyond to generate innovative, pragmatic, entrepreneurial solutions to challenges facing the region's environment. Council members apply the same investment savvy and political acumen used in business and the public sector to create opportunities to advance conservation for a sustainable future.
The Nature Conservancy and the LACC