Environmental activism in the U.S. is popping up in a surprising place

Vice: A showdown between oil and gas companies, pro-drilling politicians, and a newly formed grassroots environmental group is brewing in South Carolina. In late January, the Obama administration proposed to sell oil and gas leases for federally controlled areas in the Atlantic Ocean. But in South Carolina opposition to offshore drilling quickly emerged. A group called SODA POP, short for Stop Offshore Drilling in the Atlantic -- Prevent Oil Pollution is active in the Grand Strand, a strip of coastal......

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