Adilson González Morales
Communications Strategist | CLF Massachusetts | He/Him
Adilson González Morales is a Communications Strategist for Conservation Law Foundation. In this role, he helps CLF leverage the power of communications to fight for a healthy and thriving New England for all. Adilson is committed to supporting CLF’s work through his advocacy efforts for environmental justice.
Before joining the CLF team, Adilson worked at Penn State University, designing and implementing senior-level courses on International Mass Communications. Previously, he worked with Her Justice, where he assisted attorneys advocating on behalf of clients seeking relief in the areas of immigration, family law, and domestic violence.
Adilson holds a master’s degree in Media Studies from Pennsylvania State University and a bachelor’s degree with a dual major in Rhetoric/Communication Arts, and Multi-Language from St. Lawrence University.
May 3 2023
When I moved to Boston in 2020, friends and family warned me that the cold winters would make it difficult to get around. I heard about 2015’s Snowmaggedon and how record snowfalls shut down roads, streets, and trains. While still learning my route to work, I survived my first winter taking the Orange Line. But…
Apr 27 2023
For many, the word “overfishing” sparks a particular image: a boat carelessly hauling tons of fish out of the ocean. But this visual fails to paint a complete picture. The actions of an individual boat do not cause overfishing. It’s a systemic problem in which federal regulators may allow fish to be caught faster than…
Mar 29 2023
In New Bedford, Massachusetts, more than a third of residents speak a language other than English at home. So, when Parallel Products proposed in 2019 to expand a waste management facility on the northern edge of the city, many residents never got the news. They hadn’t heard that the facility at the New Bedford Business…
Jan 26 2023
On an overcast morning with gentle winds, I’m standing on the shore by the Great Bay Marine in Newington, New Hampshire alongside 30 other intrepid kayakers and paddleboarders. They’re all volunteers from Timberland, and they’ve come out to help Melissa Paly, CLF’s Great Bay–Piscataqua Waterkeeper, clean up litter in the bay. As we take in…
Dec 27 2022
Four dams threaten the health of the Kennebec River – one of Maine’s most important natural resources. Owned by Brookfield Renewable Partners, a massive multinational energy corporation, the dams block endangered Atlantic salmon and other fish species from reaching their spawning grounds in the Sandy River. CLF and its partners want these harmful dams removed.…
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