Using Maps & Data to Empower Action
Harness the power of maps and data to advance your grassroots environmental justice campaigns! Whether your concern is local, like a well pad in your backyard, or global (what’s bigger than climate change?); maps, data, and audiovisual tools are powerful ways to show the issues at hand and inspire action for a healthier future.
In this webinar, FracTracker’s expert mapping team shares examples of past projects they’ve worked on and how they brought about change. Learn about the services they offer (custom maps, training, and multimedia projects) and how to request them.
Note: This webinar is not specific to a particular region.
TABLE OF CONTENTS
Part 1: Mapping Legislative Districts and Idle & Orphan Wells – Kyle Ferrar, Western Program Coordinator
Part 2: Mapping for Social and Environmental Justice – Karen Edelstein, Eastern Program Coordinator
Part 3: Frontlines Informing Dataset Creation & Mapping – Ted Auch, Great Lakes Program Coordinator
Part 4: Mapping Watersheds – Matt Kelso, Manager of Technology
Part 5: FracTracker Alliance Services Page – Erica Jackson, Manager of Community Outreach and Support
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