Tag Archives: Coastal Conservation League

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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Don’t let one developer change our beachfront management program in South Carolina

It is a shame that one Senator, on the behalf of one developer of a mile of beachfront, is jeopardizing all of South Carolina’s beachfront management program. Please read this recent op-ed by Elizabeth M. Hagood in the Post & Courier: Protect S.C. coast: No retreat from ‘line in the sand’. Bill S.139 will be […]
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Oppose bill #139 to protect the South Carolina coast from improper development

The S.C. state senate will like decide on S.139 this week. A decision has been delayed since January 20, 2016. This bill directly impacts the ability to go forward with the development of Captain Sams Spit, Kiawah Island. Future improper development on the South Carolina coast is a likely outcome as well if this bill […]
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