Who Are We?

Founded in 1963, the Association for Tropical Biology and Conservation is an international scientific and professional organization whose mission is to promote research, education, and communication about the world's tropical ecosystems. Our members -- over 900 in 67 countries -- are practitioners engaged in science, conservation, development, and environmental policy. The society holds annual meetings around the world, publishes the scientific journal Biotropica, and is engaged in conservation and capacity building activities worldwide.


What does ATBC mean to its members?