Author Archives: Celie Dailey

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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Toxic flood waters in Houston show the shortsightedness of industrial regulation

The New York Times reported the release of hundreds of industrial pollutants in its recent storm, “More Than 40 Sites Released Hazardous Pollutants Because of Hurricane Harvey.” All coastal cities should heed the warning from Houston.
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Oppose seismic testing off the shore of SC

I just signed this letter to oppose seismic testing in SC’s coastal waters due to the demonstrated harm it does to marine life. Marine mammals are protected by federal law under the Marine Mammal Protection Act and the Endangered Species Act. Oil and gas, if they are to continue, should technologically evolve to cause less […]
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