Paul Calzada

Staff Assistant CLF Massachusetts

Paul Calzada is a Staff Assistant for CLF Ventures. As Staff Assistant, Paul is responsible for supporting the Ventures group by doing research, scheduling events and appointments, and organizing project time and expenses. Paul has worked for the Environmental Careers Organization and for an environmental consulting company. His other work experiences include teaching English in Ghana as a Peace Corps Volunteer, and being on the English faculty of a Japanese university. Paul has a Bachelor’s degree in Literature from the California Institute of Technology and a Master’s degree in Environmental Management from the Yale School of Forestry and Environmental Studies.

Recent Posts

Fighting for New Hampshire’s Energy Future
UPDATE: Public comments are now open until November 6. You can send your comments by email e-mail to or via this form. By Melissa Birchard and Tom Irwin New Hampshire is embarking on a process that will help determine whether the Granite State embraces clean, renewable energy sources – or whether we stay addicted to polluting…
Connecticut Needs a More Ambitious Energy Strategy
By Caitlin Peale Sloan and Max Greene Last month, CLF reported on Connecticut’s new Comprehensive Energy Strategy, which is designed to help the state meet its clean energy goals. The plan would lock in Connecticut’s addiction to climate-damaging fossil fuels – a bad idea when Connecticut is already floundering on its climate commitments and urgently…
Debunking Myths About Electric Vehicles
In January, we debunked the five most common myths about electric cars. From price to reliability, we showed how electric cars and trucks have become a fantastic option for anyone looking to buy a vehicle. Curious to learn more? Read the article linked above, or check out our handy infographic, below.  
Connecticut’s Draft Energy Strategy Is Big on Dirty Gas, Short on Clean Energy
By Caitlin Peale Sloan and Max Greene In July, Governor Malloy released a long-awaited Comprehensive Energy Strategy for Connecticut. While it shows Connecticut’s interest in cutting carbon pollution, this strategy will not help the state reach its clean energy goals. Instead, it would further Connecticut’s reliance on dirty gas and destructive gas pipelines. What the…
Video: Roseann Bongiovanni on Impacts of Industry Along Mystic River
Conservation Law Foundation is suing ExxonMobil over the corporate giant’s deliberate campaign of deceit about climate change – which put local communities here in New England at risk. The company’s failure to fortify its oil storage facility in Everett against climate impacts could result in catastrophic spills of oil and other toxic pollution into the Mystic River…


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