(c) Ecophotography

Publications

September 8, 2022
Massachusetts faces a host of environmental and public health challenges that will likely take years to solve. But one problem we can clearly solve in the near term is the...
August 15, 2022
Regenerative farmers can play a role in combatting the climate crisis. However, if more farmers are to transition to climate-smart regenerative agriculture, they need sufficient technical and financial support. 
Regenerative Agriculture in New England
July 25, 2022
As part of the CLF community, you are combining your voice with thousands of others across our region to push for a healthier and more thriving New England for all....
CLF Conservation Matters
April 8, 2022
This case study provides an overview of the featured partner, Community Servings, and the impact they expect to see on community, health and the environment. Community Servings provides home-delivered, medically-tailored,...
CLF–HRCF-Community-Servings
April 8, 2022
We need clean energy without having to risk our health and climate. Responsible offshore wind offers a viable solution, but it has to be done right – including to protect...
April 8, 2022
This case study provides an overview of the featured partner, Stop and Compare, and the impact they expect to see on community, health and the environment. Stop and Compare is...
April 8, 2022
This case study provides an overview of the featured partner, Southside Community Land Trust, and the impact they expect to see on community, health and the environment. Southside Community Land...
April 4, 2022
Despite the clear and present dangers their oil storage facilities pose, including to communities here in New England, Big Oil has failed to invest in measures to safeguard them from...
CLF Conservation Matters Spring 2022
February 9, 2022
We’re exposing Big Beverage’s playbook – because we can no longer afford to let them avoid responsibility while we drown in plastic pollution.
The Big Beverage Playbook for Avoiding Responsibility
January 19, 2022
CLF examined the fishery management system that Carlos "the Codfather" Rafael exploited so successfully – a system that seems to have increasingly benefitted the wealthiest, most politically powerful fishing operations...