Author Archives: Mary Edna

Monitoring Pollution in James Island Creek

In 2012 I started getting sick when I swam in James Island Creek. After visiting every local group, Charleston Waterkeeper came to the rescue and began its program of monitoring the water off our dock. Years of sampling data and advocacy now has a TDML (total maximum daily load) goal set by DHEC to reduce […]
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“Lines of Light Mark Inevitably Sea Level Rise”

“At high tide, three synchronized lines of light activate in the outer hebrides off the west coast of Scotland. Lines by Finnish artists Pekka Niittyvirta and Timo Aho wrap around two structures and along the base of a mountain landscape. Everything below these lines of light will one day be underwater….” Read the full article […]
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Saving the Earth with Sierra Club

Folks ask me how to become involved in saving our sacred environment. Here are some great ideas and tips to get started talking about climate change… I also tell them I am a member of the Sierra Club, both national and local. My band Lime and the Coconuts have played at their oyster roasts for twelve years now. […]
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