Solving New England’s Biggest Environmental Challenges

Conservation Law Foundation (CLF) has been a leader of significant environmental victories in New England. A local advocacy group, CLF has been a prime mover in bringing clean energy online using law, science, and markets to create change. CLF President Brad Campbell and other advocates — all on the frontlines of environmental advocacy — will share the tactics and strategies used to outpace the nation on environmental issues, such as:

- Ocean and marine life conservation
- Rising waters and Boston’s waterfront
- The future of clean energy
- Environmental justice throughout New England
- The plastics problem and how to take a “Zero Waste” approach

Each advocate will lead one class and focus on a specific issue area. We’ll learn our legal rights and how to push for local laws and policies that protect our community from emerging environmental threats.


Class Recordings:

Class 1 - October 6, 2020

Class 2 - October 13, 2020

Class 3 - October 20, 2020

Class 4 - October 27, 2020

Class 5 - November 3, 2020


Meets on: Tuesdays 10:00 am to noon
Starting: 10/6/2020
Sessions: 5
Class Size: unlimited
Teaching Style: Lecture and discussion
Weekly Preparation: 30 minutes
Group Leader Biography:

Bradley M. Campbell is the president of Conservation Law Foundation (CLF), a position he has held for close to four years. Prior to joining CLF, Brad was at the forefront of shaping the country’s most significant environmental policies and laws. A former White House senior appointee during the Clinton administration, he was the regional administrator at the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency Mid-Atlantic Region and served as commissioner of the New Jersey Department of Environmental Protection. In 2006 Brad launched a law firm with a focus on issues involving the environment, energy, entrepreneurship, and science and he lectures and writes regularly on major legal and policy issues.