Bethany Kwoka

Clean Energy Communications Associate CLF Massachusetts

Bethany Kwoka is the Clean Energy Communications Associate for Conservation Law Foundation. In this role she helps the Clean Energy and Climate Change program communicate the importance of clean energy initiatives across New England.

Before joining the team at CLF, Bethany was the Senior Editor and Blog Manager at a community-building organization, where she helped both young entrepreneurs and established professionals build their brands through online content. Previously, she worked as a copywriter, publicist and podcast creator in business-to-business PR. Bethany holds a bachelor’s degree in English Literature from Brown University.


Recent Posts

Building Back Better: What a Just Recovery Looks Like in New England
Maybe it’s the hint of spring in the air, but I’m feeling hopeful for the future. We’re more than a year into the pandemic and I finally see the light at the end of the tunnel. Frontline workers and my most at-risk family and friends are getting vaccinated. Within a month, I should be vaccinated,…
The Texas Electric Grid Failed. Here’s What New England Can Learn from It.
During February’s unusual winter storm, Justin Stanizzi’s Austin apartment lost power. Having grown up in New Hampshire, he wasn’t daunted by the snow forecasts or cold. But what he didn’t know was that Texas was totally unprepared for conditions that would have been just another Monday morning back home. Over the next few days, things…
Why We Should Modernize Our Electric Grid
­Our electricity grid was designed over 100 years ago. But times have changed. Today, we can harness clean, renewable energy right where we live, so electricity doesn’t have to come from polluting power plants miles away. But we have to update our electricity grid to take advantage of it. Technology will let us modernize our…
What Are Climate Laws and Why Do We Need Them?
UPDATE: Vermont recently joined Massachusetts, Connecticut, and Maine in putting a strong, enforceable climate law on the books. The state has now formed a climate council, which will meet to discuss the best ways of combatting the climate crisis in the Green Mountain State. Maine has also used its climate law to push forward with…
Why Energy Efficiency Is So Powerful
We all know about clean, local energy like solar and wind. But there’s another form of clean energy: energy efficiency. Because the cleanest, cheapest energy is the energy you don’t use at all. Being energy efficient doesn’t mean ditching your TV or turning off the heat. It means getting more bang for your buck, saving the…

 

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