Conservation Law Foundation (CLF)

Conservation Law Foundation (CLF) is a nonprofit, member-supported organization that works in four program areas: Clean Energy and Climate Change, Clean Water and Healthy Forests, Ocean Conservation and Healthy Communities and Environmental Justice.

 

Location: 
Boston, MA
Type: 
Non-Profit
Category: 
Environmental
Website: 
http://www.clf.org/

Conservation Law Foundation (CLF) is a nonprofit, member-supported organization with offices in Maine, Massachusetts, New Hampshire, Rhode Island and Vermont. CLF staff work in one of our four program areas: Clean Energy and Climate Change, Clean Water and Healthy Forests, Ocean Conservation and Healthy Communities and Environmental Justice. CLF is New England’s leading environmental law advocacy organization. Since 1966, CLF has worked to protect New England’s people, natural resources and communities. CLF works to promote renewable energy, fight air and water pollution, protect forests and wildlife, build healthy fishing communities and protect marine habitat, fight sprawl, promote public transit and defend public health. CLF is well known for its role in obtaining precedent-setting court victories addressing a wide range of issues including cleaning up Boston harbor, protecting endangered right whales, enjoining major highway projects, promoting mass transit, stopping offshore oil and gas drilling on Georges Bank, and implementing extensive energy efficiency programs. CLF also houses CLF Ventures (CLFV), a non-profit affiliate working with clients on a fee-for-service basis to further projects with both environmental gain and economic advantage.

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