Adilson González Morales

Communications Associate CLF Massachusetts

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

Brian Skerry Talks About the Power of Photography to Save Right Whales
In 2006, celebrated National Geographic photojournalist Brian Skerry began a journey to photograph the most endangered large whale on the planet, the North Atlantic right whale. He hoped that these images would shine a light on this species and help people understand their problems. Through a comparative story, Brian showed striking differences between the North…
Sand Lances: Little Fish – Big Deal for the Ocean
Off the coast of New England, in the Stellwagen Bank National Marine Sanctuary, lives a small and wiggly forage fish – called the sand lance – that hides under the sand below the surf. While its name may not resonate with most people, sand lances play a crucial role in the ocean food web. That’s…
Non-English Speakers Must Have a Say in Their Communities
Since 2016, residents of Eagle Hill in East Boston, Massachusetts, have opposed the construction of a new electrical substation proposed by Eversource. Neighbors worry that the project would have a dire impact on this primarily low-income neighborhood, which is already overburdened by industrial development. The high-voltage electrical substation would sit just feet away from a…
What Right Whale Names Can Teach Us About This Beautiful Species
Names form an important part of our identity. They make us distinct and offer a glimpse into our family history and the places where we came from. But, for critically endangered animals like the North Atlantic right whale, names do so much more. Right whale names open a unique window into a whale’s life, describing…
A Gift from the Ocean: My First Right Whale Sighting
Growing up in the arid desert of southwest Mexico, I dreamed of seeing the ocean. Yet, I never thought that one day, I would find myself sailing the Atlantic and encountering one of the rarest whales on the planet – the critically endangered North Atlantic right whale. That encounter came about through a collaboration between…


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