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 (whatโ€™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, FracTrackerโ€™s expert mapping team shares examples of past projects theyโ€™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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