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Don’t fill Charleston’s last urban tidal creek

Gadsden Creek, the last remaining urban tidal creek in historic Charleston, is threatened by development. 93 concerned citizens congregated at DHEC’s public meeting at 265 Fishburne St on June 17, 2015. It began with a 10 minute defense by a representative of WestEdge (Horizon Project Foundation, Inc.) to fill 354,000 cubic feet of wetlands and […]
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South Carolina joins lawsuit to oppose EPA coal regulations

In the August 6, 2014 article SC suit against climate rules criticized organizations including the Conservation Voters of South Carolina and the S.C. Coastal Conservation League “oppose Attorney General Alan Wilson’s efforts [to reject the EPA’s targeted reductions of coal pollution], particularly because the S.C. Department of Health and Environmental Control is already working to […]
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Take action now to protect the Edisto River

Today, this issue was the featured article on the front page of the Post & Courier. A mass email was sent out via the Conservation Voters of South Carolina informed us: “This morning, the Edisto River was named as the 6th Most Endangered River in the United States. As the longest free-flowing blackwater river in […]
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