One of the digital methodology I really look forward to studying as part of my #technoanthropology degree is #MAPS. So curious about the potential of creating collaborative and responsive mapping tools, to enable action at a large scale, and bring forth different types of knowledge...
This one is an inspiring example acting towards #climatejustice!
🚀 LAUNCHED TODAY: The #FossilFuelResistance Map is a critical new tool for the people-powered resistance to the fossil fuel industry.⠀
This map has been built by and for the local communities fighting oil and gas projects in their communities, and it's a resource for people everywhere to find, start, or join a campaign in their community to resist fossil fuel projects, and a way for folks involved in existing fights to connect with each other.⠀
From the Gulf Coast of Texas where people are still recovering from Hurricane Harvey, to Washington State where wildfires are raging, the fight to stop fossil fuel projects is one for survival.⠀
From the #KeystoneXL and #DakotaAccess Pipelines to Bayou Bridge in Louisiana to Line 3 in Minnesota to the fracked gas Potomac Pipeline on the East Coast, wherever a new pipeline or dirty power plant is being proposed, communities are standing up to say no—and demand a just, clean energy-powered future instead. These aren’t isolated fights, but a groundswell of steadfast and widespread resistance across the continent. Our #ResistanceIsEverywhere.⠀
Check out this new map of our movement and plug in at fossilfuelresistance.org. ⠀
#powershift #keepitintheground #noKXL #neverKXL #noDAPL #WaterIsLife #noACP #StopLine3 #StopEnbridge #StopETP #DefundDAPL #NoBayouBridge #NoSabalTrail #StopTarSands #climatejusticenow #peoplepower