Map of Oil & Gas Activist Locations Around U.S.

map showing proposed new oil and gas drilling areas

Map showing proposed new oil and gas drilling areas.  

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How do we find these locations?

Non-Profit Organizations: Many non-profit organizations focus on environmental and social issues related to oil and gas activities. They might have maps or databases showing the locations of various activist groups across the U.S. Check the websites of organizations like Greenpeace, Sierra Club, Earthjustice, and others.

Local News and Media: Local news outlets often cover environmental activism in their respective regions. Searching for news articles and reports on oil and gas activism in specific areas can provide insights into the locations of such activities.

Social Media and Online Forums: Activist groups and individuals may share information about their actions and locations on social media platforms like Twitter, Facebook, or community forums. Searching with relevant hashtags or keywords could yield relevant results.

Environmental Conferences and Events: Environmental conferences and events often bring together activists from various regions. Attendees might share their experiences and locations of activism during these gatherings.

Government and Regulatory Websites: Some states or federal agencies may have data or reports related to environmental activism or protests against oil and gas activities. Check the websites of the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) and state environmental agencies for any relevant information.

Research Reports: Some research institutions or universities may have conducted studies on oil and gas activism. Reviewing academic papers or reports on the topic might provide valuable information.