Adilson González Morales

Communications Associate CLF Massachusetts @hello.adilson

Adilson González Morales is a Communications Associate 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.


Recent Posts

Did You Know These 10 Fascinating North Atlantic Right Whales Facts?
1. North Atlantic Right Whales Can Live Long Lives   Right whales can and should live for up to 75 years. But that number is quickly declining. Scientists identify individual right whales through photographs and compare these images throughout time to learn about their lifespan. And, according to recent estimates, female right whales are barely…
Voyage to the Northeast Canyons and Seamounts Marine National Monument
New England is home to the only marine national monument in the Atlantic, the Northeast Canyons and Seamounts. Designated by President Obama in 2016, the monument provides refuge to an abundance of species, both rare and common. Recently, the Biden administration affirmed that the Canyons and Seamounts deserved protected permanently.   Our comic brings to the…
Restoring Eelgrass Could Bring Life Back to New Hampshire’s Great Bay Estuary
Last spring, I took up gardening as a hobby. I learned that, much more than enthusiasm, growing plants requires lots of dedication and hard work. But, if caring for plants at home sounds challenging, imagine how much harder it would be to grow plants under murky waters where we can’t control wind, weather, and tides.…
A Conversation with Dr. Ayana Johnson
Dr. Ayana Elizabeth Johnson is a marine biologist, policy expert, writer, and conservation strategist. Her work focuses on leveraging science, policy, and communication to find climate solutions while building community. She is a co-founder of the nonprofit think tank Urban Ocean Lab, co-founder of the climate initiative The All We Can Save Project, and co-host of the podcast How…

 

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