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A letter from Charleston Waterkeeper’s Andrew J. Wunderley

The Keeper’s Report When fall sets in and the salt marsh turns a beautiful golden brown, it’s time to take a breath and reflect on what’s been done and what’s been left undone during the year. It’s a tradition I always anticipate because it nicely parallels the natural cycle of renewal beginning in our salt […]
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Progress on sea level rise in Charleston is not happening fast enough

Photographer Jared Bramblett captured these images of the aging Battery wall that protects some of the most historic homes in the tourist district. “The deficiency of the Low Battery presents an existential threat to the 300-year old city. It is also the most striking symbol of the City of Charleston’s failure to invest adequately in […]
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Professional Engineer Joshua Robinson opposes permit application to fill Gadsden Creek

Joshua L. Robinson, Professional Engineer, licensed in South Carolina submitted his letter concerning the destruction of Gadsden Creek by the WestEdge development project to Delete Apathy for publication. He is Founder & Principal, Robinson Design Engineers, 2008 to present, and received his MS, Civil & Environmental Engineering (Focus Group: Environmental Fluid Mechanics) from Georgia Tech, […]
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